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Benefits and limits of increasingly sophisticated models for genetic evaluation: the example of pig breeding

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Jean Pierre Bidanel. Benefits and limits of increasingly sophisticated models for genetic evaluation: the example of pig breeding. 6. World congress on genetics applied to livestock production, Jan 1998, Armidale, Australia. ⟨hal-02765109⟩
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