5 edition of Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals found in the catalog.
October 15, 2001 by CABI .
Written in English
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Analysis of all lines resulted in the identification identification Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Equipment see more details of five quantitative trait loci quantitative trait loci Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details (QTLs) for branching number, designated qBr1 to Cited by: General characteristics of the F and LEW parental animals and F 2 intercross progeny used in the QTL analysis have been described previously (Brodkin et al, ).F animals had significantly Cited by: 4. Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) Analysis of Fruit and Agronomic Traits of Tropical Pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata) in an Organic Production System by Angel R. Del Valle Echevarria 1, Alexandra Campbell 1, Theodore J. K. Radovich 1, Tia Silvasy 1, Author: Angel R. Del Valle Echevarria, Alexandra Campbell, Theodore J. K. Radovich, Tia Silvasy, Sarah Moore. Weller J () Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals, 2nd ed. Wu R, Ma CX, Casella G () Statistical Genetics of Quantitative Traits: Linkage, Maps and QTL. Springer. A Cell Biologist's Guide to Modeling and Bioinformatics, J Wiley Publ, Simon RM () Design and Analysis of DNA Microarray Investigations. Springer isbn 0.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Historical overview Principles of parameter estimation Random and fixed effects, the mixed model Experimental designs to detect QTL: generation of linkage disequilibrium QTL parameter estimation for crosses betweenn inbred lines Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals.
value of dissecting and exploiting the individual quantitative trait loci (QTL) using marker Cited by: 1. QTL analysis. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis is a statistical method which links the phenotypic data (trait measurements) to genotypic data (usually molecular markers) to explain the genetic basis of variation underlying complex traits (Miles and Wayne, ).
For aquaculture species, economically important traits include growth rate. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis is a statistical genetic method to identify genes that affect Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book outcome of Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book traits such as aging and life span (Miles and Wayne, ; Liti and Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book, ).
QTL analysis involves breeding strains with different life span phenotypes to identify genes Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book cause this difference.
Quantitative trait loci analysis in animals. Description This book describes the theory and practice of methods for quantitative trait loci (QTL) detection and analysis, as well as marker assisted selection, in animal genetics and by: Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals (Modular Texts) - Kindle edition by Weller, Joel Ira.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals (Modular Texts).5/5(1). Quantitative trait loci analysis in animals. Description This book aims to summarize the scientific literature on methods for quantitative trait loci (QTL) detection and analysis and marker assisted selection (MAS), especially that pertaining to agricultural animal species, emphasizing the special problems associated with animal breeding.
Get this from a library. Quantitative trait loci analysis in animals. [Joel Ira Weller] -- This book describes the theory and practice of methods for quantitative trait loci (QTL) detection and analysis, as well as marker assisted selection, in animal genetics and breeding.
It is divided. About The Book Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) is a topic of major agricultural significance for efficient livestock production.
This advanced-level textbook covers all the statistical methods that have been Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book or proposed for detection and anal. Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits contains numerous fully-worked examples and illustrations of theoretical concepts, as well as over 2, references with indices by subject, author, and organism.
In addition, the authors maintain a World Wide Web site featuring up-to-date lists of computer programs and on-line resources, and added Cited by: A quantitative trait locus (QTL) is a locus (section of DNA) that correlates with variation of a quantitative trait in the phenotype of a population of organisms.
QTLs are mapped by identifying which molecular markers (such as SNPs or AFLPs) correlate with an observed is often an early step in identifying and sequencing the actual genes that cause the trait variation.
Quantitative Genetics and Genome Analysis at the University of Edinburgh (UK). Genetics for Animal Breeding at the University of New England (Armidale, Australia).
Journals. The Journal of Quantitative Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals book Loci (JQTL), an electronic journal sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America. Genome ; Nature Genetics ; Journal of Animal Science. Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) is a topic of major agricultural significance for efficient livestock production.
This advanced-level textbook covers all the statistical methods that have been used or proposed for detection and analysis of QTL and marker- and gene- assisted selection in animal genetics and breeding, as well as new advances that have revolutionized Author: Joel Weller.
Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) is a topic of major agricultural significance for efficient livestock production. This advanced-level textbook covers all the statistical methods that have been used or proposed for detection and analysis of QTL and marker- and gene- assisted selection in animal genetics and breeding, as well as new advances that have.
Furthermore, any single gene may influence more than one trait, whether these traits are quantitative or qualitative traits. Figure The more loci that affect a trait, the larger the number of phenotypic classes that can be expected. For some traits, the number of contributing loci is so large that the phenotypic classes blend together in.
Osteochondrosis is a growth disorder in the cartilage of young animals and is characterised by lesions found in the cartilage and bone. This study identified quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with six osteochondrosis lesion traits in the elbow joint of finishing pigs.
Quantitative trait loci analysis in animals by Joel Ira Weller; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Livestock, Breeding, Genetics, Quantitative genetics. Quantitative trait loci analysis While analysing a population for a single trait using Mapmaker/QTL, a single chromosome showed more than one peaks for the particular trait.
Also, not all peaks. Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals covers many of these topics and explains in some detail the many facets of QTL mapping and exploitation.
The theory and merits of various types of analysis, including maximum likelihood, linear regression and Bayesian approaches, are thoroughly by: 1. Quantitative Trait Loci Our aim is to improve domesticated crop species by identifying useful genetic variation, and adapting this variation using conventional breeding techniques.
The beneficial variation can be derived from 'exotic' allelic variants that are present in the wider species genepool, or, new combinations of beneficial genetic.
Over the last 15 years quantitative trait locus mapping has become a popular method for understanding the genetic basis for intermediate phenotypes. This chapter provides an introduction to classical and recent strategies for mapping quantitative trait loci in : Mario Falchi.
Analysis of quantitative trait loci using hybrid pedigrees: Quantitative traits of animals Article in Russian Journal of Genetics 43(2) February with 7. Quantitative trait loci affecting economically im-portant traits of livestock are of great interest.
Several recent studies reported the location of QTL regions on a variety of pig chromosomes. Andersson et al. () ﬁrst reported a cluster of loci affecting growth and fat-ness on Sus scrofa chromosome (SSC) 4 in wild boar and Large White pigs.
a r e quantitative traits. The genes (or DNA regions that contain the genes) influencing a quantitative trait are called q u a n t i t a t i v e trait loci (QTLs).
This a r ticle describes some considerations for the genetic analysis of quantitative traits, the general steps invo l v ed in QT L analysis, the primary strengths and fail-File Size: KB.
Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits deserves high marks. The authors, Michael Lynch and Bruce Walsh, have covered a wealth of material in this first volume of two. The book is written clearly and can be used as a reference book, a self-learning resource, or a by: 8.
Some traits (properties or characteristics or phenotype) are determined by multiple genes (loci), each segregating according to Mendels Laws. Moreover, each of these genes may be affected by the environment in varying degrees.
When the segregatin. Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals covers many of these topics and explains in some detail the many facets of QTLmapping and exploitation. The theory and merits of various types of analysis, including maximum likelihood, linear regression and Bayesian approaches, are thoroughly discussed.
Thebook does not review the state-of-art genotyping. These include methods and techniques for the mapping populations, identifying quantitative trait loci, extending the power of quantitative trait locus analysis, and case studies. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology ™ series format, the chapters include the kind of detailed description and implementation advice that.
J Neurobiol. Jan;54(1) Analysis of quantitative trait loci that influence animal behavior. Flint J(1).
Author information: (1)Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Roosevelt Drive, Oxford OX3 7BN, United Kingdom. [email protected] Behavioral differences between inbred strains of mice and rats have a genetic basis that can now be dissected using Cited by: It follows that a QTL, or quantitative trait locus, is a location on a chromosome which is thought to regulate an organism's phenotype for quantitative trait Many behaviors are quantitative traits.
Aggressiveness, for example, varies among individuals in types of animals, such as honey bees, rodents, horses, dogs, and various primates. Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits contains numerous fully-worked examples and illustrations of theoretical concepts, as well as over 2, references with indices by subject, author, and organism.
In addition, the authors maintain a World Wide Web site featuring up-to-date lists of computer programs and on-line resources, and added /5(14). of quantitative mapping studies in domesticated plants (Paterson, ; Frary & Doganlar, ) including the number, eﬀect, and distribution of the quantitative trait loci (QTL) underlying domestication related traits (DRT), as well as similarities across species in the QTL involved in the domestication process.
In the last two years. ABSTRACT. A QTL study was performed in large half-sib families to characterize the genetic background of variation in pork quality traits as well as to examineCited by: Genotypic analysis of the F2 progeny revealed two significant quantitative trait loci that account for 25% of the variance for eEF1A content.
One of these is on the short arm of chromosome 4 and is linked with a cluster of kD α-zein coding sequences; the other quantitative trait locus is on the long arm of chromosome by: Weller, J.
I.: Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis in Animals. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK, pp., ISBN 0 1. This book gives a good introduction to the methods used for detection of quantitative trait loci (QTL) and their use.
After a historical overview, an introduction to methods for parameter estimation (including least‐squares. QUANTITATIVE TRAITS AND POLYGENIC ANALYSIS Introduction. Most of the phenotypic characteristics that distinguish different individuals within a natural population are not of the all or none variety associated with laboratory-bred mouse mutations like albino, non-agouti, brown, quaking, Kinky tail, and hundreds of others.
On the contrary, easily visible human traits. tive traits (now called quantitative trait loci or QTL). It was not until the s and s however, that the work of Sax was followed up to detect genes affecting quantitative traits in livestock (e.g., Neimann-Sorensen and Robertson, ).
Most of these. Recombinant inbred (RI) strains and F 2 (second filial generation) mice are commonly used in quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis to detect genetic loci associated with phenotypic traits that show continuous distribution patterns.
The use of experimental mice in environmentally controlled, pathogen‐free facilities can reduce the phenotypic Cited by: Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis for Growth and Meat Quality Traits in the Pig Abstract Genome scans can be used to identify chromosomal regions and eventually genes (called quantitative trait loci or QTL) that control quantitative traits of economic importance.
Q&A: Genetic analysis of quantitative traits. In the first stage, we map quantitative trait loci (QTLs) affecting the trait. QTLs are genomic regions in which one or more alleles affecting the trait segregate. In the second stage, we focus in on each QTL region to further narrow the genomic intervals containing the gene or genes affecting Cited by:.
Genetic basis and analysis of quantitative traits Mapping quantitative trait loci pdf – genetic architecture Fine-mapping and cloning – molecular basis 1.
What is the genetic architecture and molecular basis of phenotypic variation in natural populations? 2. Why is there phenotypic variation in natural populations?File Size: 1MB.analysis and selective genotyping as a method for detection of genome regions containing QTL in livestock.
The majority of economically important traits in farm animals are quantitative traits. Detection, isolation, and characterization of Quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) underlying production traits in live-stock are of major interest in animal.A total of Ebook (quantitative trait loci regions) at 10% PFP (proportion of false positives), 42 at 5% PFP and 5 ebook 1% PFP have been identified, which harbored annotated genes.
On BTA13, five new QTLRs were identified in the MACROD2 and KIF16B genes, supporting their involvement in resistance to : Sara González-Ruiz, Maria G.
Strillacci, Marina Durán-Aguilar, Germinal J. Cantó-Alarcón, Sara E. He.