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Genetic Diversity and Differentiation of the Nagoya Breed Inferred from Microsatellite DNA Polymorphisms
The Journal of Poultry Science
The Nagoya breed is a popular Japanese native chicken, a dual-purpose breed raised for eggs and meat. We used ,. microsatellite markers were employed to analyze the diversity and di#erentiation of the four strains (NG+-.) of the Nagoya breed established at the Aichi-ken Agricultural Research Center. The proportion of polymorphic loci (Ppoly) was *.2-. The mean number of alleles per locus ranged from ,./2to -.+,/. The mean expected heterozygosity ranged from *.-.+ to *.-3/. The index of randomdoi:10.2141/jpsa.44.135 fatcat:4b4eapoxafc3vkq7h2bagjqnru