Benchmark Papers in Quantitative Genetics (The Bill Hill’s List, part II)

As I promised, here’s the second part of the list, that corresponds to the papers commented in volume II. It was particularly difficult to find PDFs for all of them , and some links go to the publisher which sells the paper for a (in my opinion) substantial amount of money. I encourage you to go to the library, find alternative resources (JSTOR, archive.org…), or ask a colleague. I have most of them if anyone is interested.

The Hill-Robertson'66 paper, one of my all-time-favourites, is not in the list. Actually, Hill didn't include any of his own papers!

The Hill-Robertson’66 paper, one of my all-time-favourites, is not in the list. Actually, Hill didn’t include any of his own papers!

 

The Bill Hill’s List, part II

Nature of Selection Response

  • Castle WE (1905) The Mutation Theory of Organic Evolution, from the Standpoint of Animal Breeding. Science 21:521-525. [PDF]
  • Jennings HS (1916) Heredity, Variation and the Results of Selection in the Uniparental Reproduction of DIFFLUGIA CORONA. Genetics 1:407-534. [PDF]
  • Sturtevant AH (1918) An analysis of the effects of selection [PDF]
  • Castle WE (1919) Piebald rats and selection, a correction. Am Nat 53:370-376. [PDF]

Statistical Predictions of Selection Response

  • Lush JL (1935) Progeny Test and Individual Performance as Indicators of an Animal’s Breeding Value. J Dairy Science 18:1-19. [PDF]
  • Hazel LN (1943) The genetic basis for constructing selection indexes. Genetics 28:476-490. [PDF]
  • Falconer DS (1952) The problem of environment and selection. Am Nat 86:293-298. [PDF]
  • Dickerson GE and Hazel LN Effectiveness of selection on progeny performance as a supplement to earlier culling in livestock. J Agric Res 69:459-476. [PDF]
  • Henderson CR (1974) General Flexibility of Linear Model Techniques for Sire Evaluation. J Dairy Science 57:963-972. [PDF]

Genetical Prediction of Selection Response

  • Fisher RA (1930) The fundamental theorem of natural selection. In: The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. Oxford Claredon Press. [PDF]
  • Haldane JBS (1931) Selection intensity as a function of mortality rate. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 27:131-136 [PDF]
  • Comstock RE et al (1949) A Breeding Procedure Designed To Make Maximum Use of Both General and Specific Combining Ability. Agronomy J 41:360-367. [PDF]
  • Robertson A (1960) A theory of limits in artificial selection. Roc Soc (Lon) Proc B153:234-249. [PDF]

Results from Selection Experiments

  • Dudley JW (1977) 76 Generations of selection for oil and protein percentage in maize. Proc Int Conf Quant Genetics Ames IA, ISU Press, 459-473. [PDF]
  • Mather, K (1941) Variation and selection of polygenic characters. J Genet 41: 159–193. [PDF]
  • Lerner IM and Dempster ER (1951) Attenuation of genetic progress under continued selection in poultry. Heredity 5:75–94. [PDF]
  • Robertson FW (1955) Selection response and the properties of genetic variation. Cold Spring Harbor Symp.Quant. Biol. 20:166–177. [PDF]
  • Falconer DS (1960) The genetics of litter size in mice. J Cell Comp Physiol 56(Suppl 1):153–167. [PubMed]
  • Clayton GA et al (1957) An experimental check on quantitative genetical theory. I. Short-term responses to selection. J Genet 55:131–151. [PDF]
  • Bell, AE et al (1955) The evolution of new methods for the improvement of quantitative characters. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 20:197-211. [PDF]

Selection and Maintenance of Genetic Variation

  • Wright S  (1932) The roles of mutation, inbreeding, crossbreeding and selection in evolution. Proc VI Int Congress Genetics 1:356-366 [PDF]
  • Robertson A (1955) Selection in animals: synthesis. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol  20:225229. [PDF]
  • Bulmer MG (1971) The effect of selection on genetic variability. Am Nat, 105:201–211 [PDF]
  • Lande R (1976) The maintenance of genetic variation by mutation in a polygenic character with linked loci. Genet Res (Camb). 26:221-235. [PDF]

Nature of Quantitative Genetic Variation

  • Clayton GA and Robertson A (1955) Mutation and quantitative variation. Am Nat 89:151-158  [PDF]
  • Linney R et al (1971) Variation for metrical characters in Drosophila populations III. The nature of selection. Heredity 27:163–174 [PubMed]
  • “Student” (1934) A calculation of the minimum number of genes in winter’s selection experiment. Ann Eugenics 6:77–82  [PDF]
  • Thoday JM (1961) Location of polygenes. Nature 191:368-370 [PDF]
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