Data from: The contribution of dominance to phenotype prediction in a pine breeding and simulated population

Janeo Eustáquio De Almeida Filho, J. F. R. Guimarães, F. F. E Silva, M. D. V. De Resende, P. Muñoz, M. Kirst &
Pedigrees and dense marker panels have been used to predict the genetic merit of individuals in plant and animal breeding, accounting primarily for the contribution of additive effects. However, nonadditive effects may also affect trait variation in many breeding systems, particularly when specific combining ability is explored. Here we used models with different priors, and including additive-only and additive plus dominance effects, to predict polygenic (height) and oligogenic (fusiform rust resistance) traits in a structured...
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