Auteur : WOMACK James
Bovine Genomics opens with foundational chapters on the domestication of cattle and traditional Mendelian genetics. Building on these chapters, coverage rapidly moves to quantitative genetics and the advances of whole genome technologies. Significant coverage is given to such topics as epigenetics, mapping quantitative trail loci, genome-wide association studies and genomic selection in cattle breeding. The book is a valuable synthesis of the field written by a global team of leading researchers.
Providing wide-ranging coverage of the topic, Bovine Genomic, is an essential guide to the field. The basic and applied science will be of use to researchers, breeders, and advanced students.
1. The Origins of Cattle
Matthew Teasdale and Daniel G. Bradley
2. Mendelian Inheritance in Cattle
3. Genetics of Coat Color in Cattle
Sheila M. Schmutz
4. From Quantitative Genetics to Quantitative Genomics: A Personal Odyssey
5. Cartography of the Bovine Genome
James E. Womack
6. Linkage Mapping
Stephanie McKay and Robert Schnabel
7. The Bovine X and Y Chromosomes
Abel Ponce DeLeon and Wansheng Liu
8. Comparative Genomics and Evolution
9. Sequencing the Bovine Genome
Kim Worley, Richard Gibbs
10. Bovine Genome Architecture
11. Bovine Epigenetics and Epigenomics
12. Mapping Quantitative Trait Loci
13. Genome Wide Association Studies and Linkage Disequilibrium in Cattle
M.E. Goddard and B.J. Hayes
14. Genomic Selection in Beef Cattle
Jerry Taylor et al.
15. Impact of High-throughput Genotyping and Sequencing on the Identification of Genes and Variants Underlying Phenotypic Variation in Domestic Cattle
Date de parution : 09-2012
Ouvrage de 278 p.
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