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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 132, Number 5, 1 October 2015

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Use of genomic recursions and algorithm for proven and young animals for single‐step genomic BLUP analyses – a simulation study
pp. 340-345(6)
Authors: Fragomeni, B.O.; Lourenco, D.A.L.; Tsuruta, S.; Masuda, Y.; Aguilar, I.; Misztal, I.

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Combined use of principal component analysis and random forests identify population‐informative single nucleotide polymorphisms: application in cattle breeds
pp. 346-356(11)
Authors: Bertolini, F.; Galimberti, G.; Calò, D.G.; Schiavo, G.; Matassino, D.; Fontanesi, L.

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The effect of including genomic relationships in the estimation of genetic parameters of functional traits in pigs
pp. 386-391(6)
Authors: Aasmundstad, T.; Andersen‐Ranberg, I.; Nordbø, Ø.; Meuwissen, T.; Vangen, O.; Grindflek, E.

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Genetic heteroscedasticity of teat count in pigs
pp. 392-398(7)
Authors: Felleki, M.; Lundeheim, N.

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Mitogenome revealed multiple postdomestication genetic mixtures of West African sheep
pp. 399-405(7)
Authors: Brahi, O.H.D.; Xiang, H.; Chen, X.; Farougou, S.; Zhao, X.

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