William George Hill

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University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
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Hill WG, Robertson A. (2007) The effect of linkage on limits to artificial selection. Genetical Research. 89: 311-36
Hill WG, Mackay TF. (2004) D. S. Falconer and Introduction to quantitative genetics. Genetics. 167: 1529-36
Rance KA, Hill WG, Keightley PD. (1998) Mapping quantitative trait loci for body weight on the X chromosome in mice. I. Analysis of a reciprocal F2 population. Genetical Research. 70: 117-24
Caballero A, Keightley PD, Hill WG. (1995) Accumulation of mutations affecting body weight in inbred mouse lines. Genetical Research. 65: 145-9
Keightley PD, Hill WG. (1989) Quantitative genetic variability maintained by mutation-stabilizing selection balance: sampling variation and response to subsequent directional selection. Genetical Research. 54: 45-57
Keightley PD, Hill WG. (1988) Quantitative genetic variability maintained by mutation-stabilizing selection balance in finite populations. Genetical Research. 52: 33-43
Sharp GL, Hill WG, Robertson A. (1984) Effects of selection on growth, body composition and food intake in mice. I. Responses in selected traits. Genetical Research. 43: 75-92
Keightley PD, Hill WG. (1984) Effects of linkage on response to directional selection from new mutations. Genetical Research. 42: 193-206
Brien FD, Sharp GL, Hill WG, et al. (1984) Effects of selection on growth, body composition and food intake in mice. II. Correlated responses in reproduction. Genetical Research. 44: 73-85
Bohren BB, Hill WG, Robertson A. (1966) Some observations on asymmetrical correlated responses to selection. Genetical Research. 7: 44-57
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