Quantitative Genetic Theory

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Course Code: 
CRS 7210
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 

Students with will be equipped with techniques to plan and design breeding experiments by providing a solid background in quantitative genetics and relevant statistical methodologies. The key topics to be covered include: An introduction to statistical tools; Causes of genetic variation at single and multilocus; Linkage analysis and chromosome mapping; Components of phenotypic variation; GxE interaction; The concept of heritability; Detecting major genes; Resemblance between relatives; Analysis of line crosses; Expectations for line cross means; Analysis of mating designs; Inbreeding and crossbreeding; Basic concepts of marker-based mapping; Mapping and characterizing QTLs in inbred line crosses and outbred populations.

Quantitative Genetic Theory
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