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Título: Genetic relationships of the Cuban hair sheep inferred from microsatellite polymorphism
Autores: Álvarez, Isabel
Capote, Juan
Traoré, Amadou
Fonseca, Norge
Pérez, Kirenia
Cuervo, Maite
Fernández, Iván
Goyache, Félix
Palabras Claves: Hair sheep
Genetic resources
Microsatellites
Genetic diversity
West Africa
Cuban Pelibuey
Fecha Edición: May-2012
Editor: Elsevier
Cita Bibliográfica: Álvarez, Isabel; Capote, Juan; Traoré, Amadou; Fonseca, Norge; Pérez, Kirenia; Cuervo, Maite; Fernández, Maite; Goyache Félix. Genetic relationships of the Cuban hair sheep inferred from microsatellite polymorphism. Small Ruminant Research. 2012; 104 (1-3): 89-93.
Resumen: The aim of this research was to assess: (a) the genetic relationships between the Cuban Pelibuey and both the Hair-Mexican and Hair-Canarian sheep populations; and (b) the influence of African hair sheep in the formation of the Cuban Pelibuey breed. A total of 146 individuals of Cuban Pelibuey hair sheep breed were sampled and genotyped for 26 microsatellites together with 26 Hair-Mexican and 24 Hair-Canarian individuals. Additionally, the same microsatellites set was typed on 110 West African hair sheep and on 41 individuals belonging to the Wooled-Canarian (23) and the Wooled-Palmera (18) sheep breeds to be used as outgroup. Genetic distance, correspondence and STRUCTURE analyses pointed out that the Cuban Pelibuey has a particular genetic background. This population has relatively high levels of gene diversity (0.685 ± 0.006) and rarefacted allelic richness (5.9). No signals of genetic bottleneck in the Cuban Pelibuey sheep were detected. The Hair-Canarian and the Hair-Mexican populations are closely related. This is likely to be due to a major role of the Cuban Pelibuey sheep in their formation. The influence of African hair sheep into the Cuban Pelibuey could be limited and recent in historical terms.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/3841
ISSN: 0921-4488
Aparece en las Colecciones:Agroalimentación y Ganadería
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