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Biochemical polymorphisms in haemoglobin and transferrin of cattle

By: Juneja, R K.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1968Subject(s): Dairy-HusbandaryDissertation note: M.Sc. Thesis Panjab University 1968 Nair, P G Summary: The various haemoglobin and transferrin phenotypes obtained were identified when compared with the knolin phenotypes. Haemoglobins A and B; transferrins A,D and E were found in all the breeds studied while transferin B was only found in one Tharparkar family with a gene frequency of 0.06, in that breed. The mode of inheritence was studied and it was found that in all cases inheritence of both haemoglobin and transferin alleles could be explained by the simple medelian model. Each of these proteins could be explained to be controlled by a single gene and the various alleles studies were found to codominant. Gene frequency of transferrin D was less and that of transferrin E was more in these breeds as compared to those in exotic breeds as reported by other workers.
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M.Sc. Thesis Panjab University 1968 Nair, P G

The various haemoglobin and transferrin phenotypes obtained were identified when compared with the knolin phenotypes. Haemoglobins A and B; transferrins A,D and E were found in all the breeds studied while transferin B was only found in one Tharparkar family with a gene frequency of 0.06, in that breed. The mode of inheritence was studied and it was found that in all cases inheritence of both haemoglobin and transferin alleles could be explained by the simple medelian model. Each of these proteins could be explained to be controlled by a single gene and the various alleles studies were found to codominant. Gene frequency of transferrin D was less and that of transferrin E was more in these breeds as compared to those in exotic breeds as reported by other workers.

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