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Utilisations d’un panel SNPs très basse densité dans les populations en sélection de petits ruminants

Abstract : Breeding programs aim to transfer high genetic value breeding stock to the industry. The knowledge of molecular markers of individual’s genome and causal mutations allow to conceive new breeding program designs. Based on deterministic and stochastic simulations, the technical and economic benefits of using a very low density molecular markers panel were assessed in sheep and goat populations. Following results were obtained: i) using such a panel to increase female paternal filiations in case of incomplete pedigree is not always profitable, ii) a method of optimization has been used to derive the maximal profits of managing ovulation genes, and practical management giving profits close to the maximal profits have been determined, iii) at similar cost, a genomic design based on a very low density panel is more efficient than the current design based on progeny testing.
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Jérôme Raoul. Utilisations d’un panel SNPs très basse densité dans les populations en sélection de petits ruminants. Génétique animale. INP Toulouse, 2017. Français. ⟨tel-01661653⟩

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