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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 129, Number 3, 1 June 2012

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Pedigree‐ and marker‐based methods in the estimation of genetic diversity in small groups of Holstein cattle
pp. 195-205(11)
Authors: Engelsma, K.A.; Veerkamp, R.F.; Calus, M.P.L.; Bijma, P.; Windig, J.J.

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Evolution of the genetic variability of eight French dairy cattle breeds assessed by pedigree analysis
pp. 206-217(12)
Authors: Danchin‐Burge, C.; Leroy, G.; Brochard, M.; Moureaux, S.; Verrier, E.

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Prioritization based on neutral genetic diversity may fail to conserve important characteristics in cattle breeds
pp. 218-225(8)
Authors: Hall, S.J.G.; Lenstra, J.A.; Deeming, D.C.; The European Cattle Genetic Diversity Consortiumcr4

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Sampling method for estimating neutral allele frequency in a pedigreed population
pp. 226-233(8)
Authors: Honda, Takeshi; Sasazaki, Shinji; Oyama, Kenji; Mukai, Fumio; Nomura, Tetsuro

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Community‐based alternative breeding plans for indigenous sheep breeds in four agro‐ecological zones of Ethiopia
pp. 244-253(10)
Authors: Mirkena, T.; Duguma, G.; Willam, A.; Wurzinger, M.; Haile, A.; Rischkowsky, B.; Okeyo, A.M.; Tibbo, M.; Solkner, J.

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