Abstract

By far the most common chromosomal abnormality in domestic cattle is a centric fusion of chromosomes, known as Robertsonian translocation (Robertson, 196).  Since the first descriptions of the 1/29 translocation in cattle (Gustavsson and Rockborn, 1964; Gustavvson, 1966), at least 10 other centric fusions comprising different autosome pairs, in more than 30 breeds from over 24 countries have been identified.

D. D Ciupercescu

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 8. Symposia (2), , 135–141, 1982
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