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Asymmetry is an indicator of genetic and environmental stressors in organisms and plays an important role in developmental instability. It is suggested that symmetrical individuals do generally have faster growth, higher fecundity, and better survival. To identify Quantitative trait loci affecting some asymmetric traits in Japanese quail, a three-generation resource population was developed by using two distinct Japanese quail strains, wild and white. Eight pairs of white (S) and wild (W) birdsdoi:10.22103/jab.2017.1634 doaj:6d4ff1b867474a048bd6a88948cd11bd fatcat:ptcowpqd7vbuponvq63wyd4i5y