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Genetic diversity and relationships of sheep breeds of Kenya: preliminary results and evidence of dilution of the indigenous Red Maasai \ Proceedings of the 9th world congress on genetics applied to livestock production, Leipzig, Germany, August 1-6, 2010 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Ole Kwallah, A.B. \ Okeyo, A.M. \ Mburu, D. \ Hanotte, O. \ Muigai, A.W.T. \ 2010
Indigenous sheep are an important resource especially to pastoralists and resource-poor people of Kenya. The sheep of Kenya can be classified as either fat-tailed or fat-rumped. These sheep breeds are faced with major challenges that include persiste ...
Genetic diversity and differentiation of Ankole cattle populations in Uganda inferred from microsatellite data \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Kugonza, D.R. \ Jianlin, H. \ Nabasirye, M. \ Mpairwe, D. \ Kiwuwa, G.H. \ Okeyo, A.M. \ Hanotte, O. \ 2010
A total of 304 individuals from eight Ankole cattle populations of Uganda were analysed based on 19 microsatellite markers to investigate genetic diversity, relationships and population structure. Across all loci, 200 alleles were observed. A high me ...
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