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Y Chromosome Haplotype Analysis in Portuguese Cattle Breeds Using SNPs and STRs \ The journal of heredity : an illustrated monthly publication devoted to plant breeding, animal breeding and eugenics [Artikel]
Ginja, C. \ Telo da Gama, L. \ Penedo, M.C.T. \ 2009
cattle, haplotypes, Y chromosome
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Molecular genetic analysis of a cattle population to reconstitute the extinct Algarvia breed \ Genetics, selection, evolution [Artikel]
Ginja, C. \ Penedo, M.C.T. \ Sobral, M.F. \ Matos, J. \ Borges, C. \ Neves, D. \ Rangel-Figueiredo, T. \ Cravador, A. \ 2010
Decisions to initiate conservation programmes need to account for extant variability, diversity loss and cultural and economic aspects. Molecular markers were used to investigate if putative Algarvia animals could be identified for use as progenitors ...
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Analysis of STR markers reveals high genetic structure in portuguese native cattle \ The journal of heredity : an illustrated monthly publication devoted to plant breeding, animal breeding and eugenics [Artikel]
Ginja, C. \ Telo Da Gama, L. \ Penedo, M.C.T. \ 2010
Genetic structure and diversity of 13 Portuguese native and 3 imported cattle breeds were assessed with 39 microsatellites. Allelic richness per locus was high, with an overall average of 8.3 ± 2.5. The mean observed and expected heterozygosities wer ...
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Genetic diversity and population structure in Portuguese goat breeds \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Bruno-de-Sousa, C. \ Martinez, A.M. \ Ginja, C. \ Santos-Silva, F. \ Carolino, M.I. \ Delgado, J.V. \ Gama, L.T. \ 2011
Genetic diversity was assessed in the Portuguese native breeds of goats Algarvia (AL), Bravia (BR), Charnequeira (CH), Preta de Montesinho (PM), Serpentina (SP) and Serrana (SR), by analyzing 25 microsatellite markers in 193 animals. Genetic variabil ...
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