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12008Adaptation and Fitness in Animal Populations: Evolutionary and Breeding Perspectives on Genetic Resource ManagementVan Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Graser, Hans Ulrich ; Frankham, Richard; Gondro, Cedric 27-Oct-2009
22008Strategies to Exploit Genetic Variation While Maintaining DiversityKinghorn, Brian ; Banks, Robert ; Gondro, Cedric ; Kremer, V D; Meszaros, Susan Agatha; Newman, S; Shepherd, R K; Vagg, Roddy; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman 27-Oct-2009
32007Across population genetic parameters for wool, growth, and reproduction traits in Australian Merino sheep: 2. Estimates of heritability and variance componentsSafari, E; Fogarty, N M; Gilmour, A R; Atkins, K D; Mortimer, S I; Swan, Andrew ; Brien, F D; Greeff, J C; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman 29-Oct-2009
42007Across population genetic parameters for wool, growth, and reproduction traits in Australian Merino sheep: 1. Data structure and non-genetic effectsSafari, E; Fogarty, N M; Gilmour, A R; Atkins, K D; Mortimer, S I; Swan, Andrew ; Brien, F D; Greeff, J C; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman 29-Oct-2009
52016Efficient algorithms for using genotypic dataFerdosi, Mohammad Hossein; van der Werf, Julius ; Gondro, Cedric ; Tier, Bruce 24-Nov-2016
62014Genomic prediction of weight and wool traits in a multi-breed sheep populationMoghaddar, Nasir ; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 4-Apr-2014
72012Modelling genetic covariance structure across ages of mean fibre diameter in sheep using multivariate and random regression analysisAsadi Fozi, Masood; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Swan, Andrew 13-May-2013
82012Accuracy of pedigree and genomic predictions of carcass and novel meat quality traits in multi-breed sheep data assessed by cross-validationDaetwyler, H D; Swan, Andrew ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Hayes, Ben J13-May-2013
92012A phasing and imputation method for pedigreed populations that results in a single-stage genomic evaluationHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Cleveland, Matthew A13-May-2013
102005Combining two markov chain monte carlo approaches for linkage and association studies with a complex pedigree and multi marker lociLee, Sang Hong ; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Tier, Bruce 8-Feb-2010
112016Sexual maturity and yearling reproductive performance in ewes: Genetic analysis and implications for breeding programsNewton, Joanna Eliza; Brown, Daniel ; Dominik, Sonja ; van der Werf, Julius ; Bunter, Kim21-Dec-2016
122008Predicting Unobserved Phenotypes for Complex Traits from Whole-Genome SNP DataLee, Sang Hong ; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Hayes, Ben; Goddard, Michael Edward; Visscher, Peter27-Nov-2009
132016Optimised Livestock Breeding Programs Using Female Reproductive Technologies and Genomic SelectionGranleese, Tom ; van der Werf, Julius ; Clark, Sam; Swan, Andrew 20-Dec-2016
142013Age at First Oestrus. A Useful Trait for Early Reproductive Performance?Newton, Joanna E ; Brown, Daniel ; Dominik, Sonja ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 24-Mar-2014
152005Combining the Meiosis Gibbs Sampler With the Random Walk Approach for Linkage and Association Studies With a General Complex Pedigree and Multimarker LociLee, Sang Hong ; Van Der Werf, JH ; Tier, B 6-Aug-2008
162013Genomic evaluations using similarity between haplotypesHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Clark, Sam A ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Gorjanc, G23-Jul-2013
172009Phasing of SNP Data by Combined Recursive Long Range Phasing and Long Range Haplotype ImputationHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 15-Mar-2010
182009Genetic mapping of quantitative trait loci for resistance to 'Haemonchus contortus' in sheepMarshall, K; Maddox, JF; Lee, Seung Hwan; Zhang, Y ; Kahn, Lewis ; Graser, Hans-Ulrich ; Gondro, Cedric ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 11-Mar-2010
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