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The experience of application of the phone character method 1. genetic analysis of quantitative characters using the signal genes and search for phone characters



The experience of application of the phone character method 1. genetic analysis of quantitative characters using the signal genes and search for phone characters



Genetika 19(7): 1121-1127



While studying quantitative characters, in which the differences in size in homozygous parents are the result of pleiotropic effects of signal genes, it is possible to subdivide segregating populations into the classes of segregation and obtain estimates of means (.hivin.x), variance (s2) and other parameters for all classes of segregation. It is easy to evaluate the efficiency of selection without the usage and also under conditions of application of the phone character method. Any quantitative character can be used as a phone character for which .hivin.x and s2 of nonsegregating (P1, P2, F1) and segregating (B1, B2, F2) populations do not differ, provided that paratypic correlations of this character occur with the selective character.

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