Record nummer 1899192
Titel artikel Microsatellite Genetic Differentiation Analysis of Two Local Chicken Breeds Compared with Foreign Hy-Line Strain
Auteur(s) Roushdy, Kh. ; Zein El-Deine, A. ; Fathi, M.M. ; Ali, U.M. ; Assy, H.M.
Tijdschrifttitel International journal of poultry science
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 7(2008)11
Paginering 1045 - 1053
Annotatie(s) 28 refs.
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Trefwoorden (cab) microsatellieten / eierproductie / gallus gallus / hennen / rassen (dieren)
Rubrieken Dierenrassen, selectie en genetica
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting Dandarawi, Fayoumi, brown Hy-line, microsatellites, egg production
Toelichting (Engels) The present study was conducted on two Egyptian native breeds (Dandarawi and Fayoumi) and commercial laying hens (brown Hy-line) to estimate genetic differentiation using microsatellites and their association with egg production traits. Five microsatellite markers, four located on Z chromosome and one located on chromosome 1 were used in this study. The present results indicated that the Hy-line strain had significantly better egg production parameters and feed conversion ratio compared to two native breeds. Inversely, the two native breeds had better eggshell quality measurements compared to Hy-line hens. The five microsatellite genetic markers applied in the present study success to reveal high degree of polymorphism among the three breeds used here. Also, a clear discriminating power was achieved in differentiation among studied chicken populations. The genetic distance revealed that Fayoumi breed is mostly related to Hy-line strain more than Dandrawi breed
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