Skip to content

Genomic selection #
Find similar titles

Genomic selection (유전체 선발) is novel approach to traditional Marker-assisted selection where selection are made based on few markers. Rather than seeking to identify individual loci significantly associated with a trait, genomics uses all marker data as predictors of performance and consequently delivers more accurate predictions.

Selection can be based on genomic selection predictions (like BLUP), potentially leading to more rapid and lower cost gains from breeding. Genomic prediction combines marker data with phenotypic and pedigree data (when available) in an attempt to increase the accuracy of the prediction of breeding and genotypic values.


Incoming Links #

[Medical Scholarly Articles] About #

Related Medical Scholarly Articles #

Related Articles #

Related Software Applications #

[Codes] About #

Suggested Pages #