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Selective advantage of implementing optimal contributions selection and timescales for the convergence of long-term genetic contributions
Howard DM, et al. Genet Sel Evol 2018. Among authors: Pong-Wong R. PMID 29747576 Free PMC article.
This study represents the first attempt to assess the source of the selective advantage provided by OCS using a commercial pig population and by testing three hypotheses: (1) OCS places more emphasis on [Formula: see text] compared to EBV for determining which animals were selected as parents, (2) OCS places more emphasis on [Formula: see text] compared to EBV for determining which of those parents were selected to make a long-term genetic contribution (r), and (3) OCS places more emphasis on [Formula: see text] compared to EBV for determining the magnitude of r. ...Male r were found to converge initially at a faster rate than female r, with approximately 90% convergence achieved within seven generations across both sexes. ...
This study represents the first attempt to assess the source of the selective advantage provided by OCS using a commercial pig population an …
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