Diversity

Desmoglein 4 diversity and correlation analysis with coat color in goat

G. X. E, Zhao, Y. J., Ma, Y. H., Cao, G. L., He, J. N., Na, R. S., Zhao, Z. Q., Jiang, C. D., Zhang, J. H., Arlvd, S., Chen, L. P., Qiu, X. Y., Hu, W., Huang, Y. F., E, G. X., Zhao, Y. J., Ma, Y. H., Cao, G. L., He, J. N., Na, R. S., Zhao, Z. Q., Jiang, C. D., Zhang, J. H., Arlvd, S., Chen, L. P., Qiu, X. Y., Hu, W., and Huang, Y. F., Desmoglein 4 diversity and correlation analysis with coat color in goat, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Desmoglein 4 (DSG4) has an important role in the development of wool traits in domestic animals. The full-length DSG4 gene, which contains 3918 bp, a complete open-reading-frame, and encodes a 1040-amino acid protein, was amplified from Liaoning cashmere goat. The sequence was compared with that of DSG4 from other animals and the results show that the DSG4 coding region is consistent with interspecies conservation.

Dynamic comparison of genetic diversity in a Small Tail Han sheep population using meta-analysis

G. X. E, Huang, Y. F., Zhao, Y. J., He, J. N., Liu, N., Zhong, T., Ma, Y. H., Qiu, X. Y., and Chen, L. P., Dynamic comparison of genetic diversity in a Small Tail Han sheep population using meta-analysis, vol. 14, pp. 14607-14614, 2015.

The aim of this research was to identify the dynamic diversity of Small Tail Han sheep in its main producing areas between different years, and provide a basis for a breeding and genetic resources conservation strategy. For this purpose, 15 microsatellites were genotyped for Small Tail Han Sheep sampled in 2014 from Heze, China, and a comparative analysis of these data with those from a previous study was undertaken using meta-analysis. The results reveal that inbreeding has caused a reduction in diversity of Small Tail Han Sheep from 2008 to 2014.

Diversity of endophytic fungi of Myricaria laxiflora grown under pre- and post-flooding conditions

W. Tian, Bi, Y. H., Zeng, W., Jiang, W., Xue, Y. H., Wang, G. X., and Liu, S. P., Diversity of endophytic fungi of Myricaria laxiflora grown under pre- and post-flooding conditions, vol. 14, pp. 10849-10862, 2015.

Myricaria laxiflora is distributed along the riverbanks of the Yangtze River valley. The Three Gorges Dam has dramatically changed the habitat of M. laxiflora, which has evolved to develop increased resistance to flooding stress. In order to elucidate the relationship between plant endophytic fungi and flooding stress, we isolated and taxonomically characterized the endophytic fungi of M. laxiflora. One hundred and sixty-three fungi were isolated from healthy stems, leaves and roots of M.

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