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Five-toed chickens: their origin, genetics, geographical spreading and history

@inproceedings{Corti2010FivetoedCT,
  title={Five-toed chickens: their origin, genetics, geographical spreading and history},
  author={Elio Corti and Irina G Moiseyeva and Michael N Romanov},
  year={2010}
}
Корти Э.; Моисеева И.Г.; Романов М.Н. The five-toed chickens have been well known in the history of agriculture and zoology for a long time. Genetically, they represent a mutation of developmental gene(s) that leads to the polydactyly condition observed in five-toed chicken breeds found in China, Japan, England, France, Russia, Turkey, Poland, and Lithuania. We analyzed the ancient and contemporary literature and hypothesize that the polydactyly mutation occurred more than one time and… 

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