Anders Christian Sørensen

Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed

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Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed. / Henryon, Mark; Ostersen, Tage; Ask, Birgitte; Sørensen, Anders Christian; Berg, Peer.

2014. Paper præsenteret ved 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP), Vancouver, Canada.

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Henryon, M, Ostersen, T, Ask, B, Sørensen, AC & Berg, P 2014, 'Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed' Paper fremlagt ved, Vancouver, Canada, 17/08/2014 - 22/08/2014, .

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Henryon, M., Ostersen, T., Ask, B., Sørensen, A. C., & Berg, P. (2014). Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed. Paper præsenteret ved 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP), Vancouver, Canada.

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Henryon M, Ostersen T, Ask B, Sørensen AC, Berg P. 2014. Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed. Paper præsenteret ved 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP), Vancouver, Canada.

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Henryon M, Ostersen T, Ask B, Sørensen AC, Berg P. Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed. 2014. Paper præsenteret ved 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP), Vancouver, Canada.

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Henryon, Mark ; Ostersen, Tage ; Ask, Birgitte ; Sørensen, Anders Christian ; Berg, Peer. / Most of the Long-Term Genetic Gains from Optimum-Contribution Selection can be Realised with Restrictions Imposed. Paper præsenteret ved 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (WCGALP), Vancouver, Canada.3 s.

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abstract = "Text: We reasoned that optimum-contribution selection (OCS) with restrictions imposed during optimisation will realise most of the long-term genetic gains realised by OCS without restrictions. We used stochastic simulation to estimate long-term rates of genetic gain realised by breeding schemes using OCS without and with restrictions imposed during optimisation. In all but a few exceptions, the long-term rates of genetic gain realised by OCS with restrictions was 95-100{\%} of the rates realised by OCS without restrictions. It was only when the restrictions became overly strict that we began to lose gain. We also present evidence from the Danish pig-breeding scheme for Duroc that practical implementation of OCS with restrictions increases genetic gains and decreases rates of inbreeding. OCS has gone from a selection method that was difficult to apply in practice, to one that is readily applicable to most breeding schemes",
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