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Efeito da violacao de pressuposicoes da metodologia de modelos mistos na avaliacao genetica animal


, : Efeito da violacao de pressuposicoes da metodologia de modelos mistos na avaliacao genetica animal. Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 53(1): 122-129

Simulation studies were conducted to evaluate the effects of two assumption violations of the methodology of mixed models (the variances are known without errors and normal distribution of the random errors) on the genetic gains. Phenotypic values and accuracy during 10 generations of selection were also studied. Initially, a genome of only one quantitative trait governed by 500 loci was simulated.

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