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Best linear unbiased prediction of breeding value: multivariate models



Best linear unbiased prediction of breeding value: multivariate models



Linear models for the prediction of animal breeding values (Ed.2): 83-119



Selection of livestock is usually based on a combination of several traits of economic importance that may be phenotypically and genetically related. Such traits may be combined into an index on which animals are ranked. A multiple trait evaluation is the optimum methodology to evaluate animals on these traits since it accounts for the relationship between them.

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