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000061501 100__ $$aCeccobelli, S.
000061501 245__ $$aPhylogeny, genetic relationships and population structure of five Italian local chicken breeds
000061501 260__ $$c2013
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000061501 5203_ $$aNumber and population size of local chicken breeds in Italy is considered to be critical. Molecular data can be used to provide reliable insight into the diversity of chicken breeds. The first aim of this study was to investigate the maternal genetic origin of five Italian local chicken breeds (Ancona, Livorno, Modenese, Romagnola and Valdarnese bianca) based on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) information. Secondly, the extent of the genetic diversity, population structure and the genetic relationships among these chicken populations, by using 27 microsatellite markers, were assessed. To achieve these targets, a 506 bp fragment of the D-loop region was sequenced in 50 chickens of the five breeds. Eighteen variable sites were observed which defined 12 haplotypes. They were assigned to three clades and two maternal lineages. Results indicated that 90% of the haplotypes are related to clade E, which has been described to originate from the Indian subcontinent. For the microsatellite analysis, 137 individual blood samples from the five Italian breeds were included. A total of 147 alleles were detected at 27 microsatellite loci. The five Italian breeds showed a slightly higher degree of inbreeding (FIS=0.08) than the commercial populations that served as reference. Structure analysis showed a separation of the Italian breeds from the reference populations. A further sub-clustering allowed discriminating among the five different Italian breeds. This research provides insight into population structure, relatedness and variability of the five studied breeds.
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000061501 591__ $$aVETERINARY SCIENCES$$b92 / 131 = 0.702$$c2013$$dQ3$$eT3
000061501 591__ $$aAGRICULTURE, DAIRY & ANIMAL SCIENCE$$b30 / 52 = 0.577$$c2013$$dQ3$$eT2
000061501 655_4 $$ainfo:eu-repo/semantics/article$$vinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
000061501 700__ $$aDi Lorenzo, P.
000061501 700__ $$aLancioni, H.
000061501 700__ $$aCastellini, C.
000061501 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0003-0210-2919$$aMonteagudo Ibáñez, L.V.$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000061501 700__ $$aSabbioni, A.
000061501 700__ $$aSarti, F.M.
000061501 700__ $$aWeigend, S.
000061501 700__ $$aLasagna, E.
000061501 7102_ $$11001$$2420$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDepartamento de Anatomía, Embriología y Genética Animal$$cGenética
000061501 773__ $$g12, 3 (2013), 410-417$$pItal. J. Anim. Sci.$$tItalian Journal of Animal Science$$x1594-4077
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000061501 951__ $$a2017-06-12-09:40:38
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