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An analytical approach of marker assisted selection with selection on markers only






Advances in biometrical genetics Proceedings of the tenth meeting of the EUCARPIA Section Biometrics in Plant Breeding, Poznan, Poland, 14-16 May 1997: 111-116

An analytical approach of marker assisted selection with selection on markers only

An analytical approach of selection based on genetic markers only is proposed, assuming an infinite population size, additive gene effects and relatively high heritability (>0.50). After defining the linkage disequilibrium between one quantitative trait locus and one marker, a discrete approach of the genetic advance is developed. This allows the non-normality of the molecular score to be taken into consideration.


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