Abstract

It is well established that phenotypic expressions, of differences in genotypes are not consistent over ah environments. In other words, genotype by environment interactions do occur. Certainly, plant breeders have long since recognized the need for producing specific strains and varieties that are particularly well suited to a given environment. This concept is not so widespread in animal production but there are some examples.

S. P Wilson

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 1, Madrid, Spain, 393–412, 1974
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