Mitochondrial diversity in autochthonous cattle breeds from the Balkan Peninsula.

@inproceedings{Hristov2016MitochondrialDI,
  title={Mitochondrial diversity in autochthonous cattle breeds from the Balkan Peninsula.},
  author={Peter Hristov and Denitsa Teofanova and Boyko Neov and Boris Shivachev and Georgi Radoslavov},
  year={2016}
}
The Bulgarian Grey Cattle (BGC) and Shorthorn Rhodopean Cattle (SRC) are indigenous breeds from the Balkan Peninsula region. The Balkans, as part of Southeast Europe, is a crucial civilization crossroad of cultures, people, and livestock. This region is considered the civilization "cradle" of prehistoric times (around 6500 BC). The aim of the present study is to reveal the genetic profile and population structure of BGC and SRC according to displacement loop control region. The results showed… CONTINUE READING

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