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12015Predicting Genomic Selection Accuracy from Hetergeneous SourcesVan Der Werf, Julius H ; Clark, Sam A ; Lee, Sang Hong 25-Aug-2016
22015Using Genomic Information to Estimate Genotype by Environment InteractionsClark, Sam A ; Lee, Sang Hong ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 5-Sep-2016
32011The relative importance of information on unrelated individuals on the prediction of genomic breeding valuesClark, Samuel A ; Hickey, John; Van Der Werf, Julius H 5-Mar-2014
42013Benefits of MOET and JIVET in Optimised Sheep Breeding ProgramsGranleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 2-Apr-2014
52013Comparisons of Identical by State and Identical by Descent Relationship Matrices Derived from SNP Markers in Genomic EvaluationClark, Sam A ; Kinghorn, Brian ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 2-Apr-2014
62010How Would Different Models of Genetic Variation Affect Genomic Selection?Clark, Sam A ; Hickey, John; Van Der Werf, Julius H 12-Jan-2012
72013Genomic Best Linear Unbiased Prediction (gBLUP) for the Estimation of Genomic Breeding ValuesClark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 8-Apr-2014
82014Increased genetic gains in sheep breeding programs from using female reproductive technologies combined with genomic selectionGranleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 8-Mar-2016
92014Estimating Genomic Variance Explained per Chromosome Using Pedigree and Genomic Data in SheepEsquivelzeta-Rabell, C; Moghaddar, Nasiroddin ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 8-Mar-2016
102014The Effect of Using Genomic Breeding Values to Manage the Loss in Response to Selection Caused by Genotype by Environment InteractionsClark, Sam A ; Brown, Daniel ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 8-Mar-2016
112013Genomic evaluations using similarity between haplotypesHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Gorjanc, G23-Jul-2013
122017Increased genetic gains in multi-trait sheep indices using female reproductive technologies combined with optimal contribution selection and genomic breeding values.Granleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 26-Sep-2017
132015Estimating the Genetic (Co)Variance Explained per Chromosome for Two Growth Traits using a Half Sib Data Structure in SheepEsquivelzeta-Rabell, Cecilia ; Moghaddar, Nasiroddin ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 26-Sep-2016
142014Genomic 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
152015Accounting for the Cost of Reproductive Technologies During Selection in Sheep Breeding ProgramsGranleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam A ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 24-May-2016
162013The effect of genomic information on optimal contribution selection in livestock breeding programsClark, Sam A ; Kinghorn, Brian ; Hickey, John; Van Der Werf, Julius H 10-Apr-2014
172012The importance of information on relatives for the prediction of genomic breeding values and the implications for the makeup of reference data sets in livestock breeding schemesClark, Sam A ; Hickey, J; Daetwyler, H D; Van Der Werf, Julius H 10-May-2013
182015Increased genetic gains in sheep, beef and dairy breeding programs from using female reproductive technologies combined with optimal contribution selection and genomic breeding valuesGranleese, Tom ; Clark, Sam A ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 5-Sep-2016
192011Different models of genetic variation and their effect on genomic evaluationClark, Sam A ; Hickey, John; Van Der Werf, Julius H 7-May-2012
202018Genome-wide association study of meat quality traits using whole-genome sequence data in a multi-breed sheep populationBolormaa, S; Khansefid, M; Stothard, P; Daetwyler, H D; MacLeod, I M; Swan A A ; Moghaddar, N ; van der Werf, J H J ; Clark, S ; Duijvesteijn, Naomi ; Gondro, C 23-May-2019
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