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Title: Genetic characterization of south spain boar | Caracterización genética del jabalí de la estación biológica de doñana
Authors: Landi, V., Negro, Juan J., Vega-Pla, J.L., Gortázar, Christian, García-Aznar Navajas, J.M., Delgado Bermejo, J.V., Martínez Martínez, M.A.
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Universidad de Córdoba
Abstract: The wild boar, a cinegetic species of Iberian Peninsula, has numerous sub-populations of Sus scrofa mediterraneus. Doñana National Park is the most important biological reserves in Spain and the largest protected area with great ecological diversity, distributed on three basic types of ecosystems: sand dunes, beaches and marshes. Here live together a variety of species: mammals, birds, reptiles, fishes. and, among them, the wild boar. In order to determine the genetic diversity, also in comparison with other Spanish populations, we studied 25 microsatellite pigs markers and found genetic variation within and among populations by analysis of heterozygosity (0.53), number of alleles (5.60), deviation by HW equilibrium and Fis index (0.02).
Identifiers: doi: null
issn: 0004-0592
Citation: Archivos de Zootecnia 60: 373- 376 (2011)
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