[Eiji Yamamoto] Use of gene-based phenotype prediction models for simulation-based breeding design

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Eiji Yamamoto

Eiji Yamamoto

Department of Frontier Research, Kazusa DNA Research Institute
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Development of new crop varieties (i.e., crop breeding) is a direct and effective solution to the food shortage problems caused by rapid population growth, paucity of arable land, and other factors. The aim of this study is the development of a rapid and efficient crop-breeding design system using phenotype prediction models based on estimated gene-function information and computer simulation for genetic transmission during the breeding process.

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