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Table 4 Breeding values and midparent values under different genetic models demonstrated with several individuals and traits

From: Genomic heritability estimates in sweet cherry reveal non-additive genetic variance is relevant for industry-prioritized traits

Trait Model Parental values Midparent values
Ambrunes Sweetheart MIM 23 Ambrunes/Sweetheart Ambrunes/MIM 23 Sweetheart/MIM 23
Harvest Date (− 15.82, 16.35) A 14.64 8.43 −9.93 11.53 2.36 −0.75
AD 8.79 5.57 −6.34 7.18 1.23 −0.38
AI 7.36 4.76 −6.60 6.06 0.38 −0.92
ADI 6.48 4.05 −5.73 5.27 0.38 −0.84
Fruit Weight (−11.45, 5.06) A −1.86 1.64 −10.67 −0.11 −6.26 −4.51
AD −0.87 0.95 −4.58 0.04 −2.73 −1.82
AI −2.55 1.98 −8.80 −0.28 −5.67 −3.41
ADI −1.11 1.06 −4.72 −0.03 −2.91 −1.83
SSC (−3.77, 5.61) A −1.07 −1.98 3.38 −1.53 1.15 0.70
AD −0.84 −2.00 2.93 −1.42 1.05 0.47
AI 0.10 −1.81 2.53 −0.86 1.31 0.36
ADI 0.10 −1.83 2.48 −0.86 1.29 0.33
Powdery Mildew Incidence (−2.72, 1.99) A 0.13 1.28 −2.38 0.70 −1.13 −0.55
AD 0.39 0.83 −1.67 0.61 −0.64 −0.42
AI −0.31 0.89 −1.78 0.29 −1.05 −0.45
ADI −0.28 0.87 −1.74 0.29 −1.01 −0.44
  1. Intervals given below each trait are the range of values in the additive-only model observed across all individuals. In the column “Model”, A, D, and I refer to additive, dominance, and epistatic effects, respectively, and their accompanying genotype-by-year interactions