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References should be listed in alphabetical order as plain text:Journal article Johansson K., Kennedy B. W., Quintom M. (1993). Prediction of breeding values and dominance effects from mixed models with approximations of the dominance relationship matrix. Livest Prod Sci 34: 213-223
Congress article Uimari P., Kennedy B.W. (1990). Mixed model methodology to estimate additive and dominance genetic values under complete dominance. In: Hill WG, Thompson R, Wooliams JA (eds) Proc 4th World Congr Genet Appl Livestock Prod, vol 13. Edinburgh, Scotland, pp 297-300
Book and chapter from book Kempthorne O. (1957). An introduction to genetic statistics. John Wiley and Sons, New York Kennedy B. W. (1990). Use of mixed model methodology in analysis of designed experiments. In: Advances in Statistical Methods for Genetic Improvement of Livestock (D Gianola, K Hammond, eds), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 77-97
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