Record nummer 1908700
Titel artikel Genetic diversity of dog breeds: between-breed diversity, breed assignation and conservation approaches
Auteur(s) Leroy, G. ; Verrier, E. ; Meriaux, J.C. ; Rognon, X.
Tijdschrifttitel Animal genetics : immunogenetics, biochemical genetics, molecular genetics / publ. for the International Society for Animal Blood Group Research
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 40(2009)3
Paginering 333 - 343
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Trefwoorden (cab) veredelen / rasverschillen / hondenrassen / honden / relaties / microsatellieten / diergenetica
Rubrieken Genenbanken en genetische bronnen van dieren / Gezelschapsdieren
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Genetic relationships between 61 dog breeds were investigated, using a sampling of 1514 animals and a panel of 21 microsatellite markers. Based on the results from distance-based and Bayesian methods, breed constituted the main genetic structure, while groups including genetically close breeds showed a very weak structure. Depending on the method used, between 85.7% and 98.3% of dogs could be assigned to their breed, with large variations according to the breed. However, breed heterozygosity influenced assignment results differently according to the method used. Within-breed and between-breed diversity variations when breeds were removed were highly negatively correlated (r = )0.963, P < 0.0001), because of the genetic structure of the breed set
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