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Title: The value of information from commercial livestock in genetic improvement programmes
Contributor(s): Santos, Bruno (author); Van Der Werf, Julius  (supervisor)orcid ; Gibson, John (supervisor)orcid ; Amer, Peter (supervisor)orcid 
Corporate Author: Sheep CRC
Publication Date: 2018-06-25
DOI: 10.4226/95/5b309d7d22deaOpen Access Link
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Abstract/Context: PhD dataset includes a series of parameters generated by national sheep genetic improvement organisations, as well as pedigree and performance records from animals in Australia and New Zealand. The dataset also includes a series of simulation outcomes and documents with reports and manuscripts.
Publication Type: Dataset
Field of Research (FOR): 070201 Animal Breeding
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO): 830399 Livestock Raising not elsewhere classified
Keywords: GxE
Breeding Value
Breeding Scheme
Genomic Selection
Genetic Progress
Location: northlimit=-10.33878760395; southlimit=-44.482463185908; westlimit=111.53045654297; eastLimit=154.59686279297; projection=WGS84
Format: 3100 files. Entire PhD directory.
Access rights: Mediated
Open Access Embargo: 2018-06-25
HERDC Category Description: X Dataset
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Project: The value of information from commercial livestock in genetic improvement programmes
Dataset Managed By: School of Environmental & Rural Science
Rights Holder: University of New England
Rights Statement: Dataset contains sensitive material. Data can be accessed upon approved request to the Chief Investigator.
Dataset Stored at: Univeristy of New England
Primary Contact Details: Bruno Santos -
Dataset Custodian Details: Bruno Santos -
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