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Important SNPs Identification from the Economic Traits for the High Quality Korean Cattle
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Important SNPs Identification from the Economic Traits for the High Quality Korean Cattle
Lee, Jea-Young; Kim, Dong-Chul;
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In order to make the high quality Korean cattle, it has been identified the gene markers which influence to various economic traits. To identify statistically significances among SNP markers, Lee et. al. (2008b) identified SNP(19_1)SNP(28_2) marker was an important marker in LMA(longissimus muscle dorsi area). In addition, CWT(carcass cold weight) and ADG(average daily gain) are applied for expanded multifactor dimensionality reduction (expanded MDR) method from the comprehensive economic traits. The results showed that SNP(19_1)SNP(28_2) interaction marker was good and a very meaningful for economic traits.
Classification and regression trees (CART);expanded multifactor dimensionality reduction (MDR);Hanwoo economic trait;single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP);
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연속형 데이터에서 E-MDR과 D-MDR방법 비교,이제영;이호근;

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