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MÄSMünchner Ägyptologische Studien (German: Munich Egyptologist Studies; book)
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Leptin, Anatolian water buffaloes, Adipose tissue, Feed intake, Marker assisted selection.
Singh et al., "Marker assisted selection: a paradigm shift in basmati breeding," Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding, vol.
Development of a marker assisted selection protocol for quality improvement is likely to speed up future wheat breeding in Pakistan.
Identification of SNP markers linked to QTLs, and implementing marker assisted selection become a contemporary cost-effective breeding programme.
- Marker assisted selection (MAS) is a selection scheme using information from one or several genetic markers for which association to phenotypic traits was demonstrated.
Today marker assisted selection (MAS) allows for a quick, easy and relatively cheap method of screening many thousands of cultures for their ability to be useful in mushroom breeding.
Field evaluations.--The accuracy of the Marker Assisted Selection (MAS) was then tested in two field and one greenhouse study.
Representatives from the Charollais, Suffolk and Texel breed societies say that Masacs - Marker Assisted Selection Applied to Commercial Sheep - a project that has been under way since June 2004, has already identified DNA markers for muscle depth and worm resistance and ways to use these to strengthen performance recording.
MASACS (Marker Assisted Selection Applied to Commercial Sheep) is a project that has been underway since June 2004 and it has already identified DNA markers for muscle depth and worm resistance and ways to use these to strengthen performance recording.
In Marker assisted selection: A fast track to increase genetic gain in plant and animal breeding?, Turin, Italy.
In addition to its AGRICLONIG products, Genmark also markets marker assisted selection, diagnostic testing and tissue/cell harvesting and storage.