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Table 1 Summary statistics for the two Yorkshire pig populations, including the numbers of genotyped animals and estimates of heritability (h2)

From: The superiority of multi-trait models with genotype-by-environment interactions in a limited number of environments for genomic prediction in pigs

Populationa Traitb N-obsc Max Min SD Genotyped animals h2 (SE)
Beijing AGE 28,827 210.98 124 13.86 1732 0.33(0.01)
BFT 28,827 30.74 5.03 2.43 1732 0.34 (0.01)
NBA 5,968/20,005 21 0 3.13 923 0.07 (0.01)
TNB 5,968/20,005 25 0 3.09 923 0.08 (0.01)
Fujian AGE 13,860 206.31 119.9 10.27 956 0.42 (0.02)
BFT 13,860 28.62 4.09 3.64 956 0.44 (0.02)
NBA 3,115/11,731 22 0 2.88 461 0.09 (0.02)
TNB 3,115/11,731 22 1 2.98 461 0.11 (0.02)
  1. a Yorkshire pig populations from Beijing and Fujian with similar genetic backgrounds but located in the north and south of China
  2. b AGE: days to 100 kg; BFT: backfat thickness at 100 kg; NBA: number of piglets born alive; TNB: total number of piglets born
  3. c N-obs: number of individuals/observations