Genetic diversity between seven Central European cattle breeds as revealed by microsatellite analysis
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Eleven polymorphic microsatellite loci were used to detect differences in the polymorphism of genetic markers in Central European cattle breeds (Czech Pied, Slovakian Pied, Slovakian Pinzgau, Holstein, Polish Red, German Red and Czech Red). For these loci, allele frequencies, heterozygosity, polymorphism information content, effective population size and genetic distances were evaluated. The constructed phylogenetic tree showed that the Holstein breed was the most divergent from remaining breeds. Thesedata are discussed in the context of the known origin of breeds.
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