Table 5 The inverse of the genetic-effect design matrix shown in Table 4
Genotypic values
Genetic effectsM11O11M11O21M12O11M12O21M12O12M12O22M22O12M22O22
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  • The inverse of the genetic-effect design matrix in Table 4 gives the solution to the vector of genetic effects from the linear model. The columns of the matrix are labeled with the genotypic effect and the rows are labeled with the corresponding genetic effect.