Kaj Sandberg

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BACKGROUND The Silver coat color, also called Silver dapple, in the horse is characterized by dilution of the black pigment in the hair. This phenotype shows an autosomal dominant inheritance. The effect of the mutation is most visible in the long hairs of the mane and tail, which are diluted to a mixture of white and gray hairs. Herein we describe the(More)
Segregation data on 15 blood group factors from 32,403 complete horse families were analysed. The horses belonged to the Swedish Trotter (ST) breed and the North-Swedish Trotter (NST) breed. The distribution of offspring from matings of sires heterozygous for a blood group factor and dams lacking the factor (incompatible matings) as well as from the(More)
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