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Description of lamb growth using random regression on field data 205 207 0
A Very Simple Model for Examining Potential Impacts of Value Chain Parameters on Direction of Selection and Genetic Change 264 262 0
Sheep Genetics Australia: A national genetic evaluation system for Australian sheep 208 210 0
Progress in development and implementation of a strategy for commercialisation of DNA marker technology for the Australian beef industry 85 85 1
Design and role of an information nucleus in sheep breeding programs 190 190 0
Strategies to Objectively Group Merino Flocks in Sheep Genetics 184 179 0
Genomics for the Australian Sheep Industry: From Design to Delivery 189 187 0
Association of plasma metabolites and hormones with the growth and composition of lambs as affected by nutrition and sire genetics 184 184 0
Genetic Improvement of Beef Cattle 189 186 1
Description of lamb growth using random regression on field data 229 229 0
Economic evaluation of whole genome selection using meat sheep as a case study 157 157 0
Genetic progress in the Australian Sheep Industry 69 69 0
Meta-analysis of cross-bred progeny data for Australian terminal sire sheep 121 121 0
Genomic Selection in Sheep Breeding Programs 192 191 0
Genetic analysis of weight, fat and muscle depth in growing lambs using random regression models 271 271 0
Genetic opportunities to improve lamb weaning rates in Merinos 162 163 0
Industry benefits from using genomic information in two- and three-tier sheep breeding systems 220 218 0
Genetic Improvement in Sheep in Australia: investments, returns, challenges 95 93 0
Optimizing sheep breeding programs with genomic selection 197 195 0
The value of genomic selection for stud and commercial Merino rams 404 407 0
An integrated progeny test for the Australian Sheep Industry 141 142 0
Effects of available nutrition and sire breeding values for growth and muscling on the development of crossbred lambs. 2: Composition and commercial yield 164 165 0
Estimating the value of genetic gain in perennial pastures with emphasis on temperate species 281 280 0
Design and Role of an Information Nucleus in Sheep Breeding Programmes 168 167 0
Translating science into the next generation meat quality program for Australian lamb 278 278 4
A Genomic Information Nucleus to Accelerate Rates of Genetic Improvement in Sheep 147 147 0
Unravelling the complex interactions between genetics, animal age and nutrition as they impact on tissue deposition, muscle characteristics and quality of Australian sheep meat 144 143 0
Genetic evaluation for the Australian sheep industry 227 224 0
Is methane production likely to be a future Merino selection criterion? 174 171 0
The information nucleus: A new concept to enhance sheep industry genetic improvement 376 376 0
Genetic progress in Australian young sire programs: A model for increasing the rate of genetic improvement 231 233 0
Who benefits from Genetic Improvement? 185 184 0
The Effects of Population Structure on Responses to Artificial Selection: An Investigation of the Shifting Balance Theory 169 168 0
Genetic improvement in the Australasian Merino: management of a diverse gene pool for changing markets 79 79 1
Considerations in the Use of Commercial Data for Genetic Evaluation in Beef and Sheep in Australia 35 35 0
Merino Breeding Objectives Under Climate Change 38 38 0
Realising Genetic Improvement for the Extensive Livestock Industries as a Whole 54 54 0
Strategies to Exploit Genetic Variation While Maintaining Diversity 456 438 0
Genetic Analyses on Carcase Characters of Australian Wagyu Beef Cattle 60 59 0
Genetic parameters for liveweight, wool and worm resistance traits in multi-breed Australian meat sheep: 1. Description of traits, fixed effects, variance components and their ratios 83 83 0
Sheep Industry Productivity - the Role of Genomics and Digital Data 31 31 0
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