Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery

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Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery. / Hickey, John M.; Chiurugwi, Tinashe; Mackay, Ian; Powell, Wayne; Eggen, Andre; Kilian, Andrzej; Jones, Chris; Canales, Claudia; Grattapaglia, Dario; Bassi, Filippo; Atlin, Gary; Gorjanc, Gregor; Dawson, Ian; Rabbi, Ismail; Ribaut, Jean-Marcel; Rutkoski, Jessica; Benzi, John; Lightner, Jon; Mwacharo, Joram; Parmentier, Joris; Robbins, Kelly; Skot, Leif; Wolfe, Marnin; Rouard, Mathieu; Clark, Matt; Amer, Peter; Gardiner, Peter; Hendre, Prasad; Mrode, Raphael; Sivasankar, Shoba; Rasmussen, Søren Kjærsgaard; Groh, Susanne; Jackson, Vicky; Thomas, William; Beyene, Yoseph.

In: Nature Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 9, 2017, p. 1297-1303.

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Hickey, JM, Chiurugwi, T, Mackay, I, Powell, W, Eggen, A, Kilian, A, Jones, C, Canales, C, Grattapaglia, D, Bassi, F, Atlin, G, Gorjanc, G, Dawson, I, Rabbi, I, Ribaut, J-M, Rutkoski, J, Benzi, J, Lightner, J, Mwacharo, J, Parmentier, J, Robbins, K, Skot, L, Wolfe, M, Rouard, M, Clark, M, Amer, P, Gardiner, P, Hendre, P, Mrode, R, Sivasankar, S, Rasmussen, SK, Groh, S, Jackson, V, Thomas, W & Beyene, Y 2017, 'Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery', Nature Genetics, vol. 49, no. 9, pp. 1297-1303. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3920

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Hickey, J. M., Chiurugwi, T., Mackay, I., Powell, W., Eggen, A., Kilian, A., ... Beyene, Y. (2017). Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery. Nature Genetics, 49(9), 1297-1303. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3920

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Hickey JM, Chiurugwi T, Mackay I, Powell W, Eggen A, Kilian A et al. Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery. Nature Genetics. 2017;49(9):1297-1303. https://doi.org/10.1038/ng.3920

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Hickey, John M. ; Chiurugwi, Tinashe ; Mackay, Ian ; Powell, Wayne ; Eggen, Andre ; Kilian, Andrzej ; Jones, Chris ; Canales, Claudia ; Grattapaglia, Dario ; Bassi, Filippo ; Atlin, Gary ; Gorjanc, Gregor ; Dawson, Ian ; Rabbi, Ismail ; Ribaut, Jean-Marcel ; Rutkoski, Jessica ; Benzi, John ; Lightner, Jon ; Mwacharo, Joram ; Parmentier, Joris ; Robbins, Kelly ; Skot, Leif ; Wolfe, Marnin ; Rouard, Mathieu ; Clark, Matt ; Amer, Peter ; Gardiner, Peter ; Hendre, Prasad ; Mrode, Raphael ; Sivasankar, Shoba ; Rasmussen, Søren Kjærsgaard ; Groh, Susanne ; Jackson, Vicky ; Thomas, William ; Beyene, Yoseph. / Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery. In: Nature Genetics. 2017 ; Vol. 49, No. 9. pp. 1297-1303.

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