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    Groenekennis - Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

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Comparative population genetics of the German shepherd dog in South Africa \ South African journal of science = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir wetenskap [Artikel]Bijbehorende website
Coutts, N.J. \ Harley, E.H. \ 2009
Modern breeding practices strive to achieve distinctive phenotypic uniformity in breeds of dogs, but these strategies are associated with the inevitable loss of genetic diversity. Thus, in parallel with the morphological variation displayed by breeds ...
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Adaptation and fitness in animal populations : evolutionary and breeding perspectives on genetic resource management [Boek]
Werf, J. van der \ cop. 2009
Fitness and adaptation are fundamental characteristics of plant and animal species, enabling them to survive in their environment and to adapt to the inevitable changes in this environment. This is true for both the genetic resources of natural ecosy ...
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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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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 diversity of growth hormone receptor gene in cattle \ Animal science journal : official journal of Japanese Society of Zootechnical Science = Nihon Chikusan Gakkai-ho [Artikel]
Lin, B.Z. \ Sasazaki, S. \ Lee, J.H. \ Mannen, H. \ 2009
Growth hormone receptor (GHR) belongs to a member of the cytokine receptor superfamily. Polymorphism of presence or absence of an approximately 1.2 kbp LINE-1 element is observed in bovine GHR gene. The present study was carried out for estimating th ...
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Genetic diversity of European cattle breeds highlights the conservation value of traditional unselected breeds with high effective population size \ Molecular ecology [Artikel]
Medugorac, I. \ Medugorac, A. \ Russ, I. \ Veit-Kensch, C.E. \ Taberlet, P. \ Luntz, B. \ Mix, H.M. \ Förster, M. \ 2009
In times of rapid global and unforeseeable environmental changes, there is an urgent need for a sustainable cattle breeding policy, based on a global view. Most of the indigenous breeds are specialized in a particular habitat or production system but ...
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Genetic diversity and distances of Albanian local sheep breeds using microsatellite markers \ Livestock research for rural development : an international computerized journal [Artikel]
Hoda, A. \ Dobi, P. \ Hyka, G. \ 2009
Sheep are considered as an important livestock species in Albania. An analysis of six microsatellite loci in 124 unrelated individuals was performed to define the genetic structure and variability of four local sheep breeds: "Bardhoka", "Ruda", "Reck ...
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Horse Domestication and Conservation Genetics of Przewalski's Horse Inferred from Sex Chromosomal and Autosomal Sequences \ Molecular biology and evolution [Artikel]
Lau, A.N. \ Peng, L. \ Goto, H. \ Chemnick, L. \ Ryder, O.A. \ Makova, K.D. \ 2009
Despite their ability to interbreed and produce fertile offspring, there is continued disagreement about the genetic relationship of the domestic horse (Equus caballus) to its endangered wild relative, Przewalski's horse (Equus przewalskii). Analyses ...
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European pig genetic diversity: a minireview \ Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience [Artikel]
Ollivier, L. \ 2009
An evaluation of the European pig diversity has been carried on by several countries, with the support of the European Union over the period of 1994 to 2000. This article presents an overview of the results of this investigation, focussing on two gen ...
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The global plan of action for animal genetic resources and the conservation of poultry genetic resources \ World's poultry science journal [Artikel]
Hoffmann, I. \ 2009
The Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources was adopted by 109 countries in Interlaken, in September 2007. It aims to promote a pragmatic, systematic and efficient overall approach, which harmoniously addresses the development of instituti ...
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Introduction and overview to the special issue on animal genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Cardellino, R.A. \ 2009
The present special issue of Livestock Science contains eleven papers on subjects related to animal genetic resources, defined as those animal species that are used, or may be used, for the production of food and agriculture, and the populations with ...
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Genebank development for the conservation of livestock genetic resources in the United States of America \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Blackburn, H.D. \ 2009
The USDA established the National Animal Germplasm Program (NAGP) to conserve livestock genetic resources in 1999. The NAGP is primarily concerned with the development of cryopreserved germplasm and tissue samples from U.S. livestock species. To exec ...
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Inference of admixture in the endangered Blanca Cacereña bovine breed by microsatellite analyses \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Padilla, J.A. \ Sansinforiano, E. \ Parejo, J.C. \ 2009
Blanca Cacereña cattle is the most threatened Spanish bovine breed. Although a Conservation Plan, exists, the little reproductive success and some chromosome abnormality were observed in the breed making it advisable to extend the genetic basis of th ...
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Molecular characterization of breeds and its use in conservation \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Toro, M.A. \ Fernandez, J. \ Caballero, A. \ 2009
The conservation of farm animal resources is important for coping with future breeding needs and for facilitating the sustainable use of marginal areas. The increasing availability of molecular markers for most farm animal species and the development ...
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Present status of the conservation of livestock genetic resources in Brazil \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Mariante, A.dS. \ Albuquerque, M.dS.M. \ Egito, A.A. \ McManus, C. \ Lopes, M.A. \ Paiva, S.R. \ 2009
Germplasm; Genetic diversity; Conservation Nuclei; Endangered breeds
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Genetic diversity of a large set of horse breeds raised in France \ Genetics, selection, evolution [Artikel]
Leroy, G. \ Callède, L. \ Verrier, E. \ Mériaux, J. \ Ricard, A. \ Danchin-Burge, C. \ Rognon, X. \ 2009
The genetic diversity and structure of horses raised in France were investigated using 11 microsatellite markers and 1679 animals belonging to 34 breeds. Between-breed differences explained about ten per cent of the total genetic diversity (Fst = 0.0 ...
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CORRECTION: Genetic diversity of a large set of horse breeds raised in France \ Genetics, selection, evolution [Artikel]
Leroy, G. \ Callède, L. \ Verrier, E. \ Mériaux, J. \ Ricard, A. \ Danchin-Burge, C. \ Rognon, X. \ 2009
CORRECTION: After the recent publication of our article (Leroy, Genetics Selection Evolution 2009 41:5), we found several errors in the published Table Three, concerning the computation of contribution to withinbreed diversity (CW). We apologize to t ...
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Geographical isolation of native sheep breeds in the UK—Evidence of endemism as a risk factor to genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Carson, A. \ Elliot, M. \ Groom, J. \ Winter, A. \ Bowles, D. \ 2009
This study addresses the potential risk to the genetic resources of UK sheep breeds from endemism. Twelve native breeds are analysed that exist in significant numbers and continue to be commercially farmed livestock. The breeds were selected to repre ...
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Integrating y-chromosome, mitochondrial, and autosomal data to analyze the origin of pig breeds \ Molecular biology and evolution [Artikel]
Ramirez, O. \ Ojeda, A. \ Tomas, A. \ Gallardo, D. \ Huang, L.S. \ Folch, J.M. \ Clop, A. \ Sanchez, A. \ Badaoui, B. \ Hanotte, O. \ Galman-Omitogun, O. \ Makuza, S.M. \ Soto, H. \ Cadillo, J. \ Kelley, L. \ Cho, I.C. \ Yeghoyan, S. \ Perez-Enciso, M. \ Amills, M. \ 2009
We have investigated the origin of swine breeds through the joint analysis of mitochondrial, microsatellite, and Y-chromosome polymorphisms in a sample of pigs and wild boars with a worldwide distribution. Genetic differentiation between pigs and wil ...
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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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