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Experiments for Estimating Degree of Dominance
Parentoﬂspring Covariances in Random Breeding Populations
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additive genetic variance additive model adjusted Cov Adjusted Covariances assumptions average backcrosses bias comparisons complementary model complete dominance Comstock and Robinson constant Cov X deﬁned deﬁnition degree of dominance derived dice diploid dominance variance duplicate factor model entries epistasis epistatic variance equal ESTIMATING DEGREE example expectation identities expected value ﬁrst follows gene pairs genotypic mean Heterosis heterozygosity homozygous lines involved joint distribution linkage maize male MATHEMATICAL APPROACH Mather mating maximum number meiosis model with complete model with dominance multinomial distribution data multiple alleles multiplicative gene action multiplicative model non-allelic gene interaction non-allelic interaction number of loci obtained optimum number model Overdominance plants population possible progeny mean pure lines quantitative characters quantitative inheritance quantity random ratios relative frequency serious speciﬁed sub-pops sub-population means Substituting symbolized Table total genotypic variance type of cross variables variance or covariance VARIANCES AND COVARIANCES zero