Abstract

Blood typing markers at 21 loci, covering about one-third of the equine genome, provide comparative breed data for genetic diversity against which horse breeders apply selection for performance traits.

A. T Bowling

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume XVI. Poultry, fish and horse genetics and breeding, growth and reproduction, immune response and disease resistance., , 213–216, 1990
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