Genome-wide association study ( GWAS )
Whole Genome Resequencing
By sequencing the genomes of different individuals or groups of species with reference genome sequences and analyzing the genome differences of individuals or groups, we can quickly evaluate and screen resources, obtain a large number of genetic variation, and realize genetic population structure, evolutionary analysis, location of important candidate genes, screening and development of functional gene molecular markers. Whole genome resequencing is an effective method for animal and plant breeding and population evolution.
Genome wide association study (GWAS) is a genetic analysis method of gene mining. It has the advantages of fast and accurate location of important traits, especially complex traits in animal and plant research. The genetic variation of multiple individuals in the population is detected in the whole genome to obtain the genotype, and then combined with the accurate phenotype for statistical analysis to screen out the genetic variation that is most likely to affect the trait and mine the genes related to the trait variation.