Parámetros genéticos para crecimiento y reproducción en ganado Simmental mediante parentesco por pedigrí y genómico

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Adonai Alejandro Amaya-Martínez http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2783-6567 Rodrigo Martínez S. http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3550-7103 Mario Fernando Cerón-Muñoz http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7233-6625

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Objetivo. Estimar parámetros genéticos para peso a los ocho meses de edad (W8M), edad al primer parto (AFC) y primer intervalo entre partos (FCI) usando parentesco genómico y por pedigrí. Materiales y métodos. Se utilizaron 481, 3063 y 1098 registros fenotípicos para W8M, AFC y FCI, respectivamente. La información genómica estuvo compuesta por una población de 718 animales genotipados con un chip que incluyó 30106 marcadores genéticos tipo polimorfismo de nucleótido simple (SNP). Modelos univariado y bivariado fueron construidos bajo la metodología del mejor predictor lineal insesgado convencional (BLUP) y genómico en una etapa (ssGBLUP). Resultados. Las heredabilidades para W8M, AFC y FCI variaron desde 0.25 a 0.26, 0.20 a 0.22 y 0.04 a 0.08, respectivamente. Los modelos de AFC y FCI con la metodología ssGBLUP disminuyeron ligeramente el error y aumentaron la varianza genética aditiva, respectivamente. Conclusiones. La inclusión de información genómica mejora levemente la precisión de las estimaciones genéticas en esta población. Sin embargo, una población de animales genotipados más grande y con mayor conectividad genética por parentesco permitiría aumentar para los criadores el potencial de la metodología ssGBLUP en ganado Simmental de Colombia.

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