John Hickey
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Whole-genome regression and prediction methods applied to plant and animal breeding
G de Los Campos, JM Hickey, R Pong-Wong, HD Daetwyler, MPL Calus
Genetics 193 (2), 327-345, 2013
Genomic prediction in animals and plants: simulation of data, validation, reporting, and benchmarking
HD Daetwyler, MPL Calus, R Pong-Wong, G de Los Campos, JM Hickey
Genetics 193 (2), 347-365, 2013
Genomic prediction in CIMMYT maize and wheat breeding programs
J Crossa, P Perez, J Hickey, J Burgueno, L Ornella, J Cerón-Rojas, ...
Heredity 112 (1), 48-60, 2014
The importance of information on relatives for the prediction of genomic breeding values and the implications for the makeup of reference data sets in livestock breeding schemes
SA Clark, JM Hickey, HD Daetwyler, JHJ van der Werf
Genetics Selection Evolution 44 (1), 1-9, 2012
Genomic prediction in maize breeding populations with genotyping-by-sequencing
J Crossa, Y Beyene, S Kassa, P Pérez, JM Hickey, C Chen, ...
G3: Genes, genomes, genetics 3 (11), 1903-1926, 2013
Effectiveness of genomic prediction of maize hybrid performance in different breeding populations and environments
VS Windhausen, GN Atlin, JM Hickey, J Crossa, JL Jannink, ME Sorrells, ...
G3: Genes| genomes| genetics 2 (11), 1427-1436, 2012
Different models of genetic variation and their effect on genomic evaluation
SA Clark, JM Hickey, JHJ Van der Werf
Genetics Selection Evolution 43 (1), 1-9, 2011
Genomic prediction unifies animal and plant breeding programs to form platforms for biological discovery
JM Hickey, T Chiurugwi, I Mackay, W Powell
Nature genetics 49 (9), 1297-1303, 2017
A combined long-range phasing and long haplotype imputation method to impute phase for SNP genotypes
JM Hickey, BP Kinghorn, B Tier, JF Wilson, N Dunstan, JHJ van der Werf
Genetics Selection Evolution 43 (1), 1-13, 2011
Factors affecting the accuracy of genotype imputation in populations from several maize breeding programs
JM Hickey, J Crossa, R Babu, G de los Campos
Crop Science 52 (2), 654-663, 2012
Genetic aspects of growth of Holstein-Friesian dairy cows from birth to maturity
MP Coffey, J Hickey, S Brotherstone
Journal of dairy science 89 (1), 322-329, 2006
A phasing and imputation method for pedigreed populations that results in a single-stage genomic evaluation
JM Hickey, BP Kinghorn, B Tier, JHJ van der Werf, MA Cleveland
Genetics Selection Evolution 44 (1), 1-11, 2012
Potential of promotion of alleles by genome editing to improve quantitative traits in livestock breeding programs
J Jenko, G Gorjanc, MA Cleveland, RK Varshney, CBA Whitelaw, ...
Genetics Selection Evolution 47 (1), 1-14, 2015
Evaluation of genomic selection training population designs and genotyping strategies in plant breeding programs using simulation
JM Hickey, S Dreisigacker, J Crossa, S Hearne, R Babu, BM Prasanna, ...
CSSA, 2014
Accuracy of estimated genomic breeding values for wool and meat traits in a multi-breed sheep population
HD Daetwyler, JM Hickey, JM Henshall, S Dominik, B Gredler, ...
Animal Production Science 50 (12), 1004-1010, 2010
Genetic parameters for EUROP carcass traits within different groups of cattle in Ireland
JM Hickey, MG Keane, DA Kenny, AR Cromie, RF Veerkamp
Journal of Animal Science 85 (2), 314-321, 2007
Practical implementation of cost-effective genomic selection in commercial pig breeding using imputation
MA Cleveland, JM Hickey
Journal of animal science 91 (8), 3583-3592, 2013
Initiating maize pre-breeding programs using genomic selection to harness polygenic variation from landrace populations
G Gorjanc, J Jenko, SJ Hearne, JM Hickey
BMC genomics 17 (1), 1-15, 2016
A two‐part strategy for using genomic selection to develop inbred lines
RC Gaynor, G Gorjanc, AR Bentley, ES Ober, P Howell, R Jackson, ...
Crop Science 57 (5), 2372-2386, 2017
Assessment of alternative genotyping strategies to maximize imputation accuracy at minimal cost
Y Huang, JM Hickey, MA Cleveland, C Maltecca
Genetics Selection Evolution 44 (1), 1-8, 2012
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