Featured: Prospects for Cost-Effective Genomic
Selection via Accurate Within-Family Imputation
Genomic selection has great potential to increase the efficiency of plant breeding, but its implementation is hindered by the costs of collecting the necessary data. In a study published in the January-February Crop Science, Gorjanc et al. evaluated the potential of accurate within-family imputation for enabling cost-effective genomic selection. >>
New in 2017: Short Communications Paper Type Discontinued
Beginning this year, short communications will no longer be accepted in Crop Science. See the author instructions for current paper types.
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