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However, we emphasize that statistical problems only get worse from this point, that caution needs to be exercised with any treatment of real data, and that much further work remains to find improved statistical models and methods for marker-based inferences about quantitative inheritance in the field.
1) suggesting quantitative inheritance for PFR to WM.
This is the first study to use inferred relatedness in natural populations to study quantitative inheritance in the field with nonmanipulative techniques.
The quantitative inheritance of disease score in this population suggests high selection intensities, large population sizes, and perhaps multiple environments will be required to phenotypically select for the XAN 176-derived resistance to ashy stem blight segregating in other populations.

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