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Fig. 4 | Genetics Selection Evolution

Fig. 4

From: The long-term effects of genomic selection: 1. Response to selection, additive genetic variance, and genetic architecture

Fig. 4

Additive genetic (ac) and additive genic (df) variances across generations for the five selection methods and three genetic models. The trend is scaled by the additive genetic or additive genic variance in the generation before selection in order to make the results comparable across the genetic models. The five selection methods were: RANDOM selection, MASS selection, PBLUP selection with own performance (PBLUP_OP), GBLUP selection without own performance (GBLUP_NoOP) or with own performance (GBLUP_OP). The three genetic models were a model with only additive effects (A), with additive and dominance effects (AD), or with additive, dominance and epistatic effects (ADE). Results are shown as averages of 20 replicates and the width of the lines represents the average plus and minus one standard error

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