A note on ENDOG: a computer program for analysing pedigree information
J. P. Gutiérrez;F. Goyache.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2005)
Revealing the history of sheep domestication using retrovirus integrations
Bernardo Chessa;Filipe Pereira;Frederick Arnaud;Antonio Amorim.
The origin of European cattle: evidence from modern and ancient DNA.
Albano Beja-Pereira;David Caramelli;Carles Lalueza-Fox;Cristiano Vernesi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
MolKin v2.0: A Computer Program for Genetic Analysis of Populations Using Molecular Coancestry Information
J. P. Gutiérrez;L. J. Royo;I. Álvarez;F. Goyache.
Journal of Heredity (2005)
Improving the estimation of realized effective population sizes in farm animals.
J.P. Gutiérrez;I. Cervantes;F. Goyache.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2009)
Using pedigree information to monitor genetic variability of endangered populations: the Xalda sheep breed of Asturias as an example
F. Goyache;J. P. Gutiérrez;I. Fernández;E. Gomez.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2003)
Zebu Cattle Are an Exclusive Legacy of the South Asia Neolithic
Shanyuan Chen;Bang Zhong Lin;Mumtaz Baig;Bikash Mitra;Bikash Mitra.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2010)
Pedigree analysis in the Andalusian horse: population structure, genetic variability and influence of the Carthusian strain
M. Valera;A. Molina;J.P. Gutiérrez;J. Gómez.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Individual increase in inbreeding allows estimating effective sizes from pedigrees
Juan Pablo Gutiérrez;Isabel Cervantes;Antonio Molina;Mercedes Valera.
Genetics Selection Evolution (2008)
Estimation of effective population size from the rate of coancestry in pedigreed populations
I. Cervantes;F. Goyache;A. Molina;M. Valera.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2011)
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