Browsing by Author Hayes, B J

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Publication DateTitleAuthor(s)Date Added
2010Accuracy of estimated genomic breeding values for wool and meat traits in a multi-breed sheep populationDaetwyler, H D; Hickey, John; Henshall, J M; Dominik, Sonja ; Gredler, B; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J27-Apr-2011
2009Accuracy of genomic selection: Comparing theory and resultsHayes, B J; Daetwyler, H D; Bowman, P; Moser, G; Tier, Bruce ; Crump, Ronald ; Khatkar, M; Raadsma, H W; Goddard, M E22-Mar-2010
2012Accuracy of genotype imputation in sheep breedsHayes, B J; Bowman, P J; Daetwyler, H D; Kijas, J W; Van Der Werf, Julius H 7-May-2012
2013Accuracy of prediction of genomic breeding values for residual feed intake and carcass and meat quality traits in 'Bos taurus', 'Bos indicus', and composite beef cattleBolormaa, S; Pryce, J E; Harrison, B E; Reverter, A; Herd, Robert M ; Tier, Bruce ; Graser, Hans-Ulrich ; Goddard, M E; Kemper, K; Savin, S; Hayes, B J; Barendse, W; Zhang, Yuandan ; Reich, C M; Mason, B A; Bunch, R J28-Mar-2014
2017Can Grazing Livestock in Developing Countries Benefit From Use of Genomic Selection?Burrow, Heather M ; Wolcott, Matthew L ; Maiwashe, A; Makgahlela, M L; Hayes, B J; Rees, J G; Bradfield, M J5-Jul-2018
2014Exploring Genotype x Environment Interaction and Heritabilities for a Reproduction Trait in Merino Sheep Using Three ApproachesDominik, Sonja ; Newton, Joanna E ; Hayes, B J; Van Der Werf, Julius H 19-May-2015
2015Genetic markers with non-additive effects on milk and fertility in Holstein and Jersey cowsAliloo, H ; Pryce, J E; Gonzales-Recio, O; Cocks, B G; Hayes, B J13-Oct-2019
2015A Genome-Wide Association Study of Non-Additive Effects for Milk Yield and Fertility in Holstein and Jersey Dairy CattleAliloo, H ; Pryce, J E; Gozalez-Recio, O; Cocks, B G; Hayes, B J13-Oct-2019
2014Genomic Evaluations in the Australian Sheep IndustrySwan, Andrew ; Brown, Daniel ; Daetwyler, H D; Hayes, B J; Kelly, M; Moghaddar, Nasiroddin ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 21-May-2015
2013A Genomic Prediction Cross-Validation Approach Combining Ewe Repeated Phenotypes and Ram Daughter Trait DeviationsDaetwyler, H D; Bolormaa, S; Brown, Daniel ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J24-Mar-2014
2017Genomic prediction of reproduction traits for Merino sheepBolormaa, S; Brown, Daniel ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J; Daetwyler, H D15-Feb-2018
2014Genomic Selection in Sheep Breeding ProgramsVan Der Werf, Julius H ; Banks, Robert ; Clark, Sam A ; Lee, S J; Daetwyler, H D; Hayes, B J; Swan, Andrew 8-Mar-2016
2011The importance of population structure on the accuracy of genomic prediction in a multi-breed sheep populationDaetwyler, H D; Kemper, K E; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J7-May-2012
Feb-2017Including nonadditive genetic effects in mating programs to maximize dairy farm profitabilityAliloo, H ; Pryce, J E; Gonzalez-Recio, O; Cocks, B G; Goddard, M E; Hayes, B J20-Jun-2019
2015Pleiotropic Multi-Trait Genome-Wide Association Reveals Putative Candidate Genes for Fatty Acid Composition in Australian SheepBolormaa, Sunduimijid; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J; Goddard, M E; Daetwyler, Hans D5-Sep-2016
2014Using Genomics to Improve Reproduction Traits in SheepDaetwyler, H D; Bolormaa, S; Kemper, Kathryn Elizabeth; Brown, Daniel ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, B J19-May-2015