Analysis of genetic diversity and distances in Asian cattle breeds using microsatellite markers

Title
Analysis of genetic diversity and distances in Asian cattle breeds using microsatellite markers
Author(s)
여정수오동엽[오동엽]이윤석[이윤석]이지홍[이지홍]쩡스[쩡스]
Keywords
Cattle breeds; genetic diversity; microsatellite marker
Issue Date
201007
Publisher
한국데이터정보과학회
Citation
한국데이터정보과학회지, v.21, no.4, pp.795 - 802
Abstract
This study defined the genetic diversity of five breeds of cattle in Asia by analyzing 6 microsatellite markers in 270 animals. Based on expected mean heterozygosity, the lowest genetic diversity was exhibited in Japanese black cattle (HE=0.5849), and the highest in Chinese yellow cattle (HE=0.8073). Average proportion of genetic variation due to interpopulation subdivision among these ve cattle breeds varied between 11.7 and 12.5%. The genetic distances were roughly divided into three groups: Japanese black cattle, Holstein, and the three remaining breeds. This clustering agrees with the origin and geographical distributions of these five cattle breeds.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23892
ISSN
1598-9402
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