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Articles by Shu Jing-Ting
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  Li Hui-Fang , Shu Jing-Ting , Song Wei-Tao and Chen Kuan-Wei
  In the present study, we report a genetic diversity study of Qingyuan partridge chicken by use of 30 microsatellite markers. Qingyuan partridge chicken is a light-body type breed with good meat quality, which is famous for its 3 yellow, 2 thin and 1 partridge morphology features in China. Microsatellite genotypes were derived and allelic and genotypic frequencied, hererozygosities and gene diversity were estimated. A total of 154 alleles were distinguished. All the microsatellites were polymorphic, with mean allelic number of 5.1, ranging 2-9 per locus. The expected hererozygosity in the population ranged between 0.500 and 0.839, with mean of 0.685, indicating considerable genetic variation in this population. The FIS values indicated low levels of inbreeding in the population. Genetic bottleneck hypotheses were also explored. Our data suggest that the Qingyuan partridge chicken population has experienced a genetic bottleneck in the recent past.
  Shu Jing-Ting , Bao Wen-Bin , Cheng Jin-Hua and Chen Guo-Hong
  The genomes of 500 individuals in F2 population of Recessive White Chicken and Xianju Chicken were screened using 26 microsatellite markers. The correlation between microsatellite markers and meat quality traits in chickens were analyzed. The results showed that: ADL212 on chromosome 2 was significantly associated with pH value and tenderness. MCW004 on chromosome 3 and MCW223 on chromosome 5 were significantly associated with meat color. Four microsatellite markers were significantly associated with water lost rate, they were: MCW264 and ADL212 on chromosome 2, MCW223 on chromosome 5 and ADL211 on chromosome 9.
 
 
 
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