breeding values_2 - Vadd Vdom Vp BV + me 2.320...

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q 0.4 alpha(b) -1.08 equal to: q*(-a) +p*d - mean phen To run the pro p 0.6 alpha(B) 0.72 equal to p*(a) + q*d - mean phen the values for  a 2 d 1 weighted  freqNum B pheno freq phen*freq squared dev Breeding val. freq BV*freq BBp^2 2 2 0.360 0.720 0.452 1.440 2*alpha(B) 0.360 0.518 Bb2pq 1 1 0.480 0.480 0.007 -0.360 alpha(b) + alpha(B 0.480 -0.173 bb q^2 0 -2 0.160 -0.320 1.327 -2.160 2*alpha(b) 0.160 -0.346 mean phen= 0.880 V(p)= 1.786 mean BV= 0.000 V(p) is the total  phenotypic variance h^2
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Unformatted text preview: Vadd Vdom Vp BV + me 2.320 0.520-1.280-1 1 2 3-3.000-2.000-1.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 3.000 pheno Column K Column N Number of B alleles Phenotype or BV ogram, change r p, a, and d. weighted squared dev 0.746 0.062 0.746 V(add)= 1.555 <-equal to var. in breeding values V(add) is the variance in breeding values 0.87 1.56 <-equal to 2pq(a + d(q-p))^2 0.230 1.786 ean phenotype...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course L 567 taught by Professor Curtis during the Fall '10 term at Indiana State University .

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