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Fig. 2 | BMC Genetics

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From: Across population genomic prediction scenarios in which Bayesian variable selection outperforms GBLUP

Fig. 2

Accuracies of genomic prediction assuming different allele substitution effects across populations. Mean accuracies of genomic prediction (± standard error) obtained by the Bayesian variable selection model assuming genetic correlations of a 0.8 or b 0.4 across the three populations for four different scenarios; Scenario 1: reference = HF, selection candidates = GWH; Scenario 2: reference = HF & MRY, selection candidates = GWH; Scenario 3: reference = HF, selection candidates = MRY; Scenario 4: reference = HF & GWH, selection candidates = MRY

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