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De voor- en nadelen van kruisen en inteelt ; fokkerijleer (4) \ In de strengen : het Nederlandse sportpaard / Warmbloedpaardenstamboek in Nederland [Artikel]
Karlas, K. \ 2009
Deze vierde en laatste aflevering van de serie Fokkerijleer gaat in op kruisen en inteelt. Er wordt uitgelegd wat kruisen precies is en er worden voor- en nadelen gegeven van kruisen en inteelt. Daarnaast wordt er uitgelegd waarom variatie in de 'gen ...
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Genetic diversity and relationships among indigenous Mozambican cattle breeds \ South African journal of animal science [Artikel]
Bessa, I. \ Pinheiro, I. \ Matola, M. \ Dzama, K. \ Rocha, A. \ Alexandrino, P. \ 2009
Three indigenous Mozambican cattle breeds, namely the Angone, Landim and Bovino de Tete were characterized using six proteins, 13 autosomal microsatellite loci and one Y-specific microsatellite locus (INRA124). The Mashona breed from Zimbabwe was als ...
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Determination of phylogenetic relationships of Turkish native cattle breeds with other cattle breeds using mitochondrial DNA D-loop sequence polymorphism \ Asian-Australasian journal of animal sciences [Artikel]
Ozdemir, M. \ Dogru, U. \ 2009
The aim of this study was to determine the specific polymorphic sites in cattle breeds and inter- and interbreed genetic variation among breeds and to develop a databank of Turkish native cattle mtDNA using sequence analysis. The entire D-loop region ...
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Evolutionary conservation genetics [Boek]
Höglund, J. \ 2009
Conservation genetics focuses on understanding the role and requirement of genetic variation for population persistence. However, considerable debate now surrounds the role of genetic factors in population extinction, and a comprehensive synthesis is ...
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Genetic diversity and relationships among Italian Merino derived breeds assessed by microsatellites \ Italian journal of animal science : journal and official organ of the Scientific Association of Animal Production (A.S.P.A.) [Artikel]
2009
The conservation of genetic variability is one of the main objectives in the field of genetics applied to domestic livestock. Among molecular markers, microsatellites are particularly appreciated and widely utilized for the study of animal genome. In ...
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Mitochondrial D-loop sequence variation among autochthonous horse breeds in Croatia \ Czech journal of animal science [Artikel]
Ivanković, A. \ Ramljak, J. \ Konjačić, M. \ Kelava, N. \ Dovč, P. \ Mijić, P. \ 2009
Genetic variation in three Croatian coldblood horse populations was analysed using a sequence analysis of the proximal part (nt 15 498-15 821) of the D-loop region of mtDNA. Twenty unrelated horses were chosen from the Posavina horse and the Croatian ...
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Pedigree analysis in the Austrian Noriker draught horse: genetic diversity and the impact of breeding for coat colour on population structure \ Journal of animal breeding and genetics = Zeitschrift für Tierzüchtung und Züchtungsbiologie [Artikel]
Druml, T. \ Baumung, R. \ Sölkner, J. \ 2009
The pedigree of the current Austrian Noriker draught horse population comprising 2808 horses was traced back to the animals considered as founders of this breed. In total, the number of founders was 1991, the maximum pedigree length was 31 generation ...
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Inbreeding trends and pedigree analysis of Bavarian mountain hounds, Hanoverian hounds and Tyrolean hounds \ Journal of animal breeding and genetics = Zeitschrift für Tierzüchtung und Züchtungsbiologie [Artikel]
Voges, S. \ Distl, O. \ 2009
The objective of this study was to analyse genetic diversity for the three scent-hound breeds Bavarian mountain hound (BMH), Hanoverian hound (HH) and Tyrolean hound (TH) using all available pedigree information from scent-hound kennel clubs for thes ...
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Microsatellite loci analysis for the genetic variability and the parentage test of five dog breeds in South Korea \ Genes & genetic systems [Artikel]
Kang, B.-T. \ Kim, K.-S. \ Min, M.-S. \ Chae, Y.-J. \ Kang, J.-W. \ Yoon, J. \ Choi, J. \ Seong, J.-K. \ Park, H.-C. \ An, J. \ Lee, M.H. \ Park, H.M. \ Lee, H. \ 2009
To investigate the population structure of five dog breeds in South Korea and to validate polymorphic microsatellite markers for the parentage test, microsatellite loci analyses were conducted for two Korean native dog breeds, Poongsan and Jindo, and ...
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Genetic structure and differentiation of the Japanese extremely long-tailed chicken breed (Onagadori), associated with plumage colour variation: suggestions for its management and conservation \ Animal genetics : immunogenetics, biochemical genetics, molecular genetics / publ. for the International Society for Animal Blood Group Research [Artikel]
Tadano, R. \ Nishibori, M. \ Tsudzuki, M. \ 2009
The Onagadori is a distinguished chicken breed that is characterized by an extremely long tail in the male. In this breed, three different plumage colour varieties have been developed (black-breasted white, black-breasted red and white) in which the ...
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Genetic variation and population structure of Italian native sheep breeds undergoing in situ conservation \ Journal of animal science [Artikel]
Dalvit, C. \ De Marchi, M. \ Zanetti, E. \ Cassandro, M. \ 2009
The genetic variability and presence of population substructures in 4 native Northern Italian sheep breeds, Alpagota, Brogna, Foza, and Lamon, undergoing in situ conservation, and 1 widespread Italian breed, Bergamasca, were studied by investigating ...
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Genetic diversity of Brazilian pig breeds evidenced by microsatellite markers \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Sollero, B.P. \ 2009
The genetic diversity within and between five genetic groups of pigs in Brazil, (n = 182) represented by three naturalized breeds (Moura, Piau and Monteiro), one commercial breed (Landrace) and one commercial composite (MS60) was estimated using 28 m ...
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Genetic characterization and breed assignment in five Italian sheep breeds using microsatellite markers \ Small ruminant research : the official journal of the International Goat Association [Artikel]
Bozzi, R. \ Degli'Innocenti, P. \ Rivera Diaz, P. \ Nardi, L. \ Crovetti, A. \ Giorgetti, A. \ Sargentini, C. \ 2009
The knowledge of the genetic relationship and admixture among neighbouring populations is crucial for conservation efforts. The aim of this study was to analyse the genetic diversity of five Italian sheep breeds (Appenninica, Garfagnina Bianca, Masse ...
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Detection of selection signatures within candidate regions underlying trypanotolerance in outbred cattle populations \ Molecular ecology [Artikel]
Dayo, G.K. \ Thevenon, S. \ Berthier, D. \ Moazami-Goudarzi, K. \ Denis, C. \ Cuny, G. \ Eggen, A. \ Gautier, M. \ 2009
Breeding indigenous African taurine cattle tolerant to trypanosomosis is a straightforward approach to control costs generated by this disease. A recent study identified quantitative trait loci (QTL) underlying trypanotolerance traits in experimental ...
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Combining microsatellite and pedigree data to estimate relationships among Skyros ponies \ Journal of applied genetics [Artikel]
Bömcke, E. \ Gengler, N. \ 2009
Relationship coefficients are particularly useful to improve genetic management of endangered populations. These coefficients are traditionally based oil pedigree data, but in case of incomplete or inexistent pedigrees they are replaced by coefficien ...
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Cryobanking as tool for conservation of biodiversity: Effect of brown trout sperm cryopreservation on the male genetic potential \ Theriogenology : an international journal of animal reproduction [Artikel]
Martínez-Páramo, S. \ Pérez-Cerezales, S. \ Gómez-Romano, F. \ Blanco, G. \ Sánchez, J.A. \ Herráez, M.P. \ 2009
Sperm cryobanking could be a good alternative to breeding in captivity in order to preserve genetic diversity. Sperm from two well-characterized brown trout populations originating from two river basins in the Northwest of Spain (Esla and Duerna), bo ...
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How does farmer connectivity influence livestock genetic structure? : a case-study in a Vietnamese goat population \ Molecular ecology [Artikel]
Berthouly, C. \ Do Ngoc, D. \ Thevenon, S. \ Bouchel, D. \ Van, T.N. \ Danes, C. \ Grosbois, V. \ Thanh, H.H. \ Chi, C.V. \ Maillard, J.C. \ 2009
Assessing how genes flow across populations is a key component of conservation genetics. Gene flow in a natural population depends on ecological traits and the local environment, whereas for a livestock population, gene flow is driven by human activi ...
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Evaluation of genetic diversity and relationships within and between two breeds of duck based on microsatellite markers \ Progress in natural science : communications from state key laboratories of China [Artikel]
Wu, F. \ Huang, Y. \ Ma, Y. \ Hu, S. \ Hao, J. \ Li, N. \ 2009
The genetic diversity of two natural populations (M, N) of Beijing duck (Anas platyrhynchos) and 11 artificially selected lines of Beijing duck (A, B, E-L, O) from China Gold Star Duck Production Ltd., along with two Cherry Valley duck lines (C and D ...
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Genetic uniqueness of Chinese village pig populations inferred from microsatellite markers \ Journal of animal science [Artikel]
Fang, M. \ Hu, X. \ Jin, W. \ Li, N. \ Wu, C. \ 2009
In this study, 19 microsatellite loci were genotyped for 10 Chinese village pig populations including 817 individuals to investigate their genetic characteristics. The allele frequencies, effective numbers of alleles (n(e)), average heterozygosity wi ...
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Genetische diversiteit in de Nederlandse trekpaardenpopulatie [Presentatie]
Maurice-van Eijndhoven, M. \ [2009]
Presentatie over de genetische diversiteit van de Nederlandse trekpaardenpopulatie
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