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Investigation of Gene and Microsatellite Heterozygosities Correlated to Growth Rate in the Chinese Meishan Pig

Jiang, X.P.    (College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Huazhong Agricultural University   ); Liu, G.Q.    (College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Yangzhou University   ); Xiong, Y.Z.    (College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Huazhong Agricultural University  );
  • 초록

    A total of 130 Chinese Meishan piglets were scored for their genotypes at five gene loci and five microsatellite loci. The average gene heterozygosity was 0.3338 and the average microsatellite heterozygosity was 0.2954, and the heterozygosity of the overall ten loci was 0.3146. The data of birth weight (BW) and body weight on day 35 (W35) were collected, average daily gain (ADG) for each individual was computed as the slope from the regression of weight on age. There was no significant correlation between individual heterozygosity and birth weight (p>0.05). Significant regressions were observed between ADG and the heterozygosity of loci (p

  • 주제어

    Associative Overdominance .   Heterozygosity .   Growth Trait .   Pig.  

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