DNA fingerprint variability within and among parental lines and its correlation with performance of F1 laying hens

@article{Meng1996DNAFV,
  title={DNA fingerprint variability within and among parental lines and its correlation with performance of F1 laying hens},
  author={Anming Meng and G. Gong and D. Chen and Hong-bin Zhang and Sulan Qi and Hui Tang and Zhenyu Gao},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1996},
  volume={92},
  pages={769-776}
}
Genetic diversity within and among nine pure lines of Beijing White Leghorn chickens was determined by DNA fingerprinting using human ministatellite probes 33.6 and α-globin 3′HVR, as well as bacteriophage M13. Within lines similarity coefficients ranged from 0.497 to 0.628, significantly higher than that within a sample of white chicken from a local market. Relationships among lines were established by clustering analysis based on inter-line coefficients of difference calculated from DNA… CONTINUE READING

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