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Quantitative trait loci mapping for fatty acid composition traits in perirenal and back fat using a Japanese wild boar x Large White intercross.
We introduce the intercross and variation steps in the GA to the resampling step in the standard PF for increasing the diversity.
During intercross phase, the genetic responses for two background traits show quick increase trend under MBLUP selection and index selection, while under genomic similarity selection and random selection little genetic responses was obtained.
Identification and time dependence of quantitative trait loci for basal locomotor activity in the BXD recombinant inbred series and a B6D2 F2 intercross.
It is possible that there were some undocumented intercross animals in addition to those listed in the Appendix and tallied in Table 1.
Pools of genomic DNA samples from the parental lines (KNP [n = 5] and Landrace [n = 5]) of the F2 intercross were re-sequenced to detect SNP markers across the whole genome, including the GRIP1 gene (ENSSSCG00000000478), using the HiSeq2000 massively parallel sequencing technology (Illumina Inc.
Fear potentiated startle response in mice: Genetic analysis of the C57BL/6J and DBA/2J intercross.
Chicken gallinacin gene cluster associated with Salmonella response in advanced intercross line.
2010) identified a positional candidate gene (the ornithine decarboxylase gene) for growth and carcass weight (CW) in F2 intercross chickens based on a previously determined QTL region on chicken chromosome 3 (GGA3).
One population structure that may prove useful is advanced intercross lines (AILs) (Darvasi and Soller, 1995), such as those reported in maize (Zea mays L.