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2018
M. Henryon, Liu, H., Berg, P., Su, G., Nielsen, H. Marie, and Sørensen, A. Christian, Optimum-contribution selection using pedigree relationships to control inbreeding realises more genetic gain than genomic relationships at the same rate of true inbreeding, Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, vol. Genetic Gain - Breeding Strategies 2, p. 452, 2018. (150.17 KB)
2014
T. O. Okeno, Henryon, M., and Sørensen, A. Christian, DIMINISHING MARGINAL RETURNS FROM GENOMIC SELECTION AS MORE SELECTION CANDIDATES ARE PHENOTYPED, Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, vol. Genetic Improvement Programs: Breeding objectives, economics of selection schemes, and advances in selection theory, p. 026, 2014. (239.46 KB)
M. Henryon, Ostersen, T., Ask, B., Sørensen, A. Christian, and Berg, P., Most of the long-term genetic gains from optimum-contribution selection can be realised with restrictions imposed, Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, vol. Species Breeding: Swine, p. 381, 2014. (153.44 KB)