Comparative genetics of coat colour in mammals

by Anthony Gilbert Searle

Publisher: Academic Press in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 308 Downloads: 46
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Subjects:

  • Genetics,
  • Animals -- Color,
  • Mammals
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LC ClassificationsQH431 S38
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Pagination308p.
Number of Pages308
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Open LibraryOL14781021M

  The Cantabrian Coast horse breeds of the Iberian Peninsula have mainly black or bay colored coats, but alleles responsible for a chestnut coat color run in these breeds and occasionally, chestnut horses are born. Chestnut coat color is caused by two recessive alleles, e and e a, of the melanocortin-1 receptor gene, whereas the presence of the dominant, wild Cited by: 4. Genetics of solid white plumage. Inheritance of chicken plumage color is complex. It depends on several genetic factors which interact c symbology for most color plumage mutations can be found in Hutt's classical book of poultry genetics published in , in Abbott and Yee's Handbook published in and in Some's alphabetical list of genes issued in The Genetics Society of America (GSA), founded in , is the professional membership organization for scientific researchers and educators in the field of genetics. Our members work to advance knowledge in the basic mechanisms of inheritance, from the molecular to the population level. Online ISSN: Qualitative traits are characterized by segregation in the classical Mendelian ratios. An example of this is the coat colour gene in the Labrador Retriever which can occur either as black or as yellow. The yellow colour is recessive and the black is dominant. When a gene for yellow coat colour is mentioned it points at both a locus and an allele.

  Working from this concept, the initial coat color genetics reviewed for potential phenotypic homologies were those of mice: the color genetics of mice are the best studied and have shown a strong correlation to findings in other captive bred mammals (Griffiths, ). One of the most quoted books on dog genetics and coat color is "The Inheritance of Coat Color in Dogs" by Clarence C. Little, first published by Comstock in Several editions of Little's book have been published in the intervening years and most other books that discuss dog genetics and coat color are based on Little's work. 1. Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University, , Tjele, Denmark 2. Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, , Ås, Norway. Vet Clin N Amer: Small Anim Pract Strain GM. Aetiology, prevalence and diagnosis of deafness in dogs and cats. British Veterinary Journal Little CC. The Inheritance Of Coat Color in Dogs. Howell Book House: New York. pp. Searle AG. Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour In Mammals.

COMPARATIVE GENETICS OF COAT COLOUR IN MAMMALS by A G Searle White spotting in the Mongolian gerbil. Waring, A.D., Poole, T.W. & Perper, T. The Journal of Heredity, 69, Elizabeth S. Russell and Seldon E. Bernstein-Blood and Blood Formation-In Biology of the Laboratory Mouse. E.L. Green, Ed. Second edition. Cat coat genetics Last updated Febru This cat's coat allows it to blend in well with its environment. Cat coat genetics determine the coloration, pattern, length, and texture of feline fur. Understanding how is challenging because many genes are involved. The variations among cat coats are physical properties and should not be confused with cat breeds. Little CC. The Inheritance Of Coat Color in Dogs. Howell Book House New York. pp. Searle AG. Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour In Mammals. Logos Press/ Academic Press London. pp. 51 The importance of hearing (with thanks to Gary Larsons Far Side).

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Book: Comparative genetics of coat colour in mammals. + pp. Abstract: Dr. Searle has provided an important synthesis synthesis Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details of the results of genetic research research Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Searle, Antony G.

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Review Author: Russell, Elizabeth S. Population genetics by Knud Christensen. This note covers the following topics: quantitative versus qualitative genetics, Hardy-Weinberg law for gene frequency stability in large populations, Relationship and inbreeding, Estimation of breeding values, Inbreeding, crossing and bred structure, Chromosomes and chromosome aberrations, Genetics on hair and coat colour in mammals.

I love, and have thoroughly read, Margaret Howard’s The Coat of Many Colors: A Survey of Sheep Color Pattern Expression and I Am a Shepherd, with their wealth of sheep-related genetic information, and have dipped into A.

Searle’s Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals (, so we’ve figured out a lot since, but nonetheless. A third book, Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals, by the late A. Searle, Logos Press is also a useful resource. This page is organized by the coat colors or pattern names and the gene loci postulated by Little are included where possible.

Cat Breeds With Congenital Deafness. Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals. London: Logos Press. George M. Strain Louisiana State University Comparative Biomedical Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine Baton Rouge, Louisiana Phone: Fax: The term melanism refers to black pigment and is derived from the Greek: μελανός.

Melanism is the increased development of the dark-colored pigment melanin in the skin or hair. Pseudomelanism, also called abundism, is another variant of pigmentation, identifiable by dark spots or enlarged stripes, which cover a large part of the body of the animal, making it appear.

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Searle, A. G., a Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals, Logos/Academic, London. Google Scholar. Distribution and Probable Homologies of Some Genes Determining Coat Color in Mammals.

In: King R.C. (eds) Handbook of Genetics. Springer, Boston, MA Cited by: 4. Inheritance of color in Angora goats deviates from mechanisms previously reported in other breeds and types of goats. Segregation data are most consistent with. Trove: Find and get Australian resources.

Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. These are the refereces used in writing the pages on basic genetics, multiple-locus genetics, and canine color genes, as well as more pages to come. General Genetics: Searle, A.

G., Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals. Academic/Logos, pp. Wonderful book if a little out of date. Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour In Mammals. Logos Press/Academic Press: London.

Pedersen APG. Feline Husbandry. American Veterinary Publications: Goleta, CA. Greibrokk T. Hereditary deafness in the Dalmatian: relationship to eye and coat color. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association Read the complete book online. Sargeant, James G: Waltzing Mice () - Published by TFH in the US, Waltzing Mice offers an insight into the historical fascination with these unusual creatures.

Searle, Antony G: Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals () - Describes the results of genetic research on coat colour, including mice. “The Molecular Basis for Dominant Yellow Agouti Coat Color Mutations.” Bioessays, 16(10)– Prota, G.

al., “Comparative Analysis of Melanins and Melanosomes Produced by Various Coat Color Mutants.” Pigment Cell Res. – Provance, D.

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Of these 11 cohorts, 5 (–79) were scored for coat colour: of 1, mares composing them, were bays, browns, chestnuts, 27 blacks, 5 greys, 3 roans and 2 grey roans, the balance Cited by: A rosette is a rose-like marking or formation found on the fur and skin of some animals, particularly cats.

Rosettes are used to camouflage the animal, either as a defense mechanism or as a stalking tool. Predators use their rosettes to simulate the different shifting of shadows and shade, helping the animals to remain hidden from their es can be grouped in.

Colour Inheritance in Small Livestock by Roy Robinson. Fur & Feather/Watmoughs Limited. ISBN Available from Fur & Feather (2nd Ed.). Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour in Mammals by A.G. Searle. Logos Press Ltd, London/Academic Press, New York.

ISBN No Picture: Animal Genetics by Frederick B. Hutt. A more complete list of loci affe cting coat colour in mammals is reported by Searle (). A classifying method of cattle breeds is based upon coat colour and on colour distribution.

The study of coat colour genes of mammals can be traced back to the rediscovery of Mendel's laws in A phenotypic homology of coat colour loci based on a phenotypic similarity of allelic series has been demonstrated and is known as comparative coat colour genetics.

This homology has been verified by molecular genetics. Loci controlling coat colour in mammals are Cited by: 2. The English spotting coat color locus in rabbits, also known as Dominant white spotting locus, is determined by an incompletely dominant allele (En).Rabbits homozygous for the recessive wild-type allele (en/en) are self-colored, heterozygous En/en rabbits are normally spotted, and homozygous En/En animals are almost completely ed to vital en/en Cited by: The theory and application of mammalian genetics have been evolving rapidly over the past two decades.

This has given scientists fresh insight into the biological processes which affect the functions of the animal in question. This is the latest title in our successful series of genetics books. Reference book providing a comprehensive review of the current research in horse Reviews: 2.

Comparative Genetics of Coat Colour In Mammals. Logos Press/Academic Press: London. Pedersen APG. Feline Husbandry. American Veterinary Publications: Goleta, CA.

Greibrokk T. Hereditary deafness in the Dalmatian: relationship to eye and coat color. Journal of the AmericanAnimalHospital Association Foss.

Comparative genetics of coat colour in mammals. London: Logos Press; Marklund L, Johansson-Moller M, Sandberg K, Andersson L. A missense mutation in the gene for melanocyte-stimulating hormone receptor (MC1R) is associated with the chestnut coat color in horses.

Mamm Genome. ; –9. doi: /sCited by: 4. From DNA to diversity: molecular genetics and the evolution of animal design (2nd ed.) coat colour variants of mammals, so popular among pet fanciers.

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Most of the remaining factors (left out by Hurst) responsible for different coat colours of horses were Cited by: