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Improvement of recombinant DNA know-how -- research of cloned genes -- New instruments for learning gene functionality -- research of significant organic procedures by utilizing recombinant DNA -- program of recombinant DNA to biotechnology -- effect of recombinant DNA on human genetics

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5 Analysis of Variance Table for a Half-sib Design Source of Variation Among sires (AS) Among darns (AD), within sires Among progeny (AP), within dams Expected Mean Squares Degrees of Freedom Mean Squares S-l MS As YAP + kzVAD DT-S MS AD VAP + kjVAD T-DT MS AP VAP + k3 VAS Note: S is the number of sires, DT is the total number of dams, and T is the total number of individuals. If the design is balanced, or at least not too unbalanced, kl and kz can be set equal to the mean number of offspring per dam family.

Although the number of detected QTLs does increase with sample size, the total variance explained does not increase (Fig. 10). From this, I conclude that the per-QTL contribution is probably greatly overestimated in most QTL studies and, consequently, the number of loci determining a trait may be much greater than indicated by these studies. The potentially misleading picture that can be obtained using an insufficient sample size is illustrated in Fig. 11. With a sample size of 150, the majority of individual QTLs appear to explain greater that 12% of the variance, whereas with larger samples, the values drops to less than 3%.

5. , respectively, and CovYXd' and are the covariances between the mean value of the offspring and each parent separately. Assuming that the sexes have equal variances, then E{ CovYXd'} = E{Covyx~} = E{Covyx}, where X is the value for a single parent. Because mating is at random, the expected value of the offspring is, by definition, onehalf the breeding value of one parent (the half enters because an offspring receives genes from each parent). The value of the parent is equal to its breeding value plus its dominance deviation (A + D).

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