Improving genetic gain with genomic selection in autotetraploid potato

Improving genetic gain with genomic selection in autotetraploid potato

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Manzanilla-Pech, C. I. V., De Haas, Y., Hayes, B. J., Veerkamp, R. F., Khansefid, M., Donoghue, K. A., Arthur, P. F. and Pryce, J. E. (2016). Genomewide association study of methane emissions in Angus beef cattle with validation in dairy cattle. Journal of Animal Science, 94 (10), 4151-4166. doi: /jas.2016-0431

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Wang, Tingting, Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe, Bowman, Phil J., Goddard, Michael E. and Hayes, Ben J. (2016). A hybrid expectation maximisation and MCMC sampling algorithm to implement Bayesian mixture model based genomic prediction and QTL mapping. BMC Genomics, 17 (1) 744, 744. doi: /s12864-016-3082-7

Garner, J. B., Douglas, M. L., Williams, S. R. O., Wales, W. J., Marett, L. C., Nguyen, T. T. T., Reich, C. M. and Hayes, B. J. (2016). Genomic selection improves heat tolerance in dairy cattle. Scientific Reports, 6 (1) 34114, 34114. doi: /srep34114

Hayes, Ben J., Daetwyler, Hans D. and Goddard, Mike E. (2016). Models for genome x environment interaction: examples in livestock. Crop Science, 56 (5), 2251-2259. doi: /cropsci

Genomic selection for tolerance to heat stress in Australian dairy cattle

Goddard, M. E., Kemper, K. E., MacLeod, I. M., Chamberlain, A. J. and Hayes, B. J. (2016). Genetics of complex traits: prediction of phenotype, identification of causal polymorphisms and genetic architecture. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283 (1835) 20160569, 20160569. doi: /rspb.

Greyvenstein, O. F. C., Reich, C. M., van ). Polyceraty (multi-horns) in Damara sheep maps to ovine chromosome 2. Animal Genetics, 47 (2), 263-266. doi: /age.12411

Bolormaa, Sunduimijid, Hayes, Ben J., van der Werf, Julius H. J., Pethick, David, Goddard, Michael E. and Daetwyler, Hans D. (2016). Detailed phenotyping identifies genes with pleiotropic effects on body composition. BMC Genomics, 17 (224) 224, 1-21. doi: /s12864-016-2538-0

Lin, Zibei, Cogan, Noel O. I., Pembleton, Luke W., Spangenberg, German C., Forster, John W., Hayes, Ben J. and Daetwyler, Hans D. (2016). Genetic gain and inbreeding from genomic selection in a simulated commercial breeding program for perennial ryegrass. Plant Genome, 9 (1), 876-883. doi: /plantgenome

Hayes, B. J., Donoghue, K. A., Reich, C. A., Bird-Gardiner, T., Herd, R. M. and Arthur, P. F. (2016). Genomic heritabilities and genomic estimated breeding values for methane traits in Angus cattle. Journal of Animal Science, 94 (3), 902-908. doi: /jas2015-0078

Liu, Z., Goddard, M. E., Hayes, B. J., Reinhardt, F. and Reents, R. (2016). Technical note: equivalent genomic models with a residual polygenic effect. Journal of Dairy Science, 99 (3), 2016-2025. doi: /jds.2015-10394

Aliloo, Hassan, Pryce, Jennie E., Gonzalez-Recio, Oscar, Cocks, Benjamin G. and Hayes, Ben J. (2016). Accounting for dominance to improve genomic evaluations of dairy cows for fertility and milk production traits. Genetics Selection Evolution, 48 (1) 186, 8.1-8.11. doi: /s12711-016-0186-0

MacLeod, I. M., Bowman, P. J., Vander Jagt, C. J., Haile-berlain, A. J., Schrooten, C., Hayes, B. J. and Goddard, M. E. (2016). Exploiting biological priors and sequence variants enhances QTL discovery and genomic prediction of complex traits. BMC Genomics, 17 (1) 144. doi: /s12864-016-2443-6