Genetics Area Program (MU)
The Genetics Area Program (GAP) is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program that will prepare you for a research or teaching career in genetics. As genetic analysis is used in all aspects of biological research, our Program has integrated the efforts of approximately 60 life sciences faculty into one of the strongest training programs at MU. The curriculum provides broad, individualized training tailored to your career objectives. Feel free to browse our website.
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The electronic theses and dissertations of the Genetics Area Program.
Comparison of methods for partitioning training and validation populations to optimize prediction accuracy and enable across-breed genomic selection in beef cattle (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)Across-breed genomic selection practices have the potential to revolutionize national genetic evaluation systems in the United States by including commercial cattle and increasing prediction power for hybrid animals. We ...