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Aquaculture Genome Technologies

Abraham Korol, 
Eric M. Hallerman

Aquaculture is a rapidly growing sector of agriculture, with production steadily increasing at about 10% per year (FAO 2006). Many aquaculture stocks have been selectively bred with the aim of improving traits of economic interest. The selection strategy traditionally has been
based on an inheritance model considering individual phenotypes, often with pedigree information, with use of appropriate statistical tools.

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Detection and analysis of Quantitative Trait Loci (QTLs) for economic traits in aquatic species

Abraham Korol, 
Eric M. Hallerman

Aquaculture is a rapidly growing sector of agriculture, with production steadily increasing at about 10% per year (FAO 2006). Many aquaculture stocks have been selectively bred with the aim of improving traits of economic interest. The selection strategy traditionally has been
based on an inheritance model considering individual phenotypes, often with pedigree information, with use of appropriate statistical tools.

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