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Maximum rate of selection for dominant quantitative genes

, : Maximum rate of selection for dominant quantitative genes. Nature, Lond, 157: 699 p

Formulae are proposed for calculating the maximum rate of progress of selection for dominant quantitative genes, both for random-bred and inbred progenies.


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