Julius van der Werf
Julius van der Werf
Professor in Animal Breeding and Genetics
Verified email at une.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Genetic and statistical properties of residual feed intake
BW Kennedy, JH Van der Werf, TH Meuwissen
Journal of animal science 71 (12), 3239-3250, 1993
2981993
Genetic correlation between days until start of luteal activity and milk yield, energy balance, and live weights
RF Veerkamp, JK Oldenbroek, HJ Van Der Gaast, JHJ Van Der Werf
Journal of Dairy Science 83 (3), 577-583, 2000
2872000
The use of covariance functions and random regressions for genetic evaluation of milk production based on test day records
JHJ Van der Werf, ME Goddard, K Meyer
Journal of Dairy Science 81 (12), 3300-3308, 1998
1991998
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), 4, 2012
1922012
Predicting unobserved phenotypes for complex traits from whole-genome SNP data
SH Lee, JHJ van der Werf, BJ Hayes, ME Goddard, PM Visscher
PLoS genetics 4 (10), e1000231, 2008
1912008
Genetic and phenotypic parameters for milk production and fertility traits in upgraded dairy cattle
J Hoekstra, AW Van der Lugt, JHJ Van der Werf, W Ouweltjes
Livestock Production Science 40 (3), 225-232, 1994
1821994
Design and role of an information nucleus in sheep breeding programs
JHJ Van der Werf, BP Kinghorn, RG Banks
Animal Production Science 50 (12), 998-1003, 2010
1462010
Different models of genetic variation and their effect on genomic evaluation
SA Clark, JM Hickey, JHJ Van der Werf
Genetics Selection Evolution 43 (1), 18, 2011
1262011
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), 12, 2011
1142011
Components of the accuracy of genomic prediction in a multi-breed sheep population
HD Daetwyler, KE Kemper, JHJ Van der Werf, BJ Hayes
Journal of animal science 90 (10), 3375-3384, 2012
1112012
Evidence for multiple alleles effecting muscling and fatness at the ovine GDF8 locus
JW Kijas, R McCulloch, JEH Edwards, VH Oddy, SH Lee, J Van der Werf
BMC genetics 8 (1), 80, 2007
1072007
Estimation of additive genetic variance when base populations are selected
JHJ Van der Werf, IJM De Boer
Journal of Animal Science 68 (10), 3124-3132, 1990
1041990
Computing approximate standard errors for genetic parameters derived from random regression models fitted by average information REML
TM Fischer, AR Gilmour, JHJ van der Werf
Genetics Selection Evolution 36 (3), 363, 2004
1012004
Selection bias and multiple trait evaluation
EJ Pollak, J Van der Werf, RL Quaas
Journal of Dairy Science 67 (7), 1590-1595, 1984
991984
The information nucleus–a new concept to enhance sheep industry genetic improvement
NM Fogarty, RG Banks, JHJ Van Der Werf, AJ Ball, JP Gibson
Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and …, 2007
982007
Genetic parameters for meat quality traits of Australian lamb meat
SI Mortimer, JHJ Van der Werf, RH Jacob, DL Hopkins, L Pannier, ...
Meat Science 96 (2), 1016-1024, 2014
972014
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), 9, 2012
972012
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
972010
Maximizing genetic response in crossbreds using both purebred and crossbred information
M Wei, JHJ van der Werf
Animal Science 59 (3), 401-413, 1994
951994
Accuracy of genotype imputation in sheep breeds
BJ Hayes, PJ Bowman, HD Daetwyler, JW Kijas, JHJ Van der Werf
Animal genetics 43 (1), 72-80, 2012
922012
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