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#1 2011-08-24 19:25:10

3riverschick
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From: Ligonier, in Pennsylvania, USA
Registered: 2011-08-11
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"The action of the sex linked barring gene on Spanish chickens........

"The action of the sex linked barring gene
on Spanish chickens with gold plumage"
J. L. CAMPO F. OROZCO
Departamento de Genitica Cuantitativa y Mejora Animal
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias
Carretera de La Coruna Km. 7, Madrid (Espana)
Here is the English version of the study:

http://www.springerlink.com/content/d24973463n2214h1/fulltext.pdf  Campo and Orozco worked together on study of genetics and preservation of Spanish Fowl. Campo was especially interested in the Basque fowl. From what I can gather, one of the Basque fowl was a very a rare color . The only other recorded poultry color which was the same was the Gold Barred Rock. Punnett and Pease wrote a paper on GBR in 1928. Excellent reading.   http://www.ias.ac.in/jarch/jgenet/19/337.pdf    Campo stated in his work that Euskal Oiloa carried Dominant  White. From what I can gather from the P&P 1928 study, the GBR is  Barred Buff Columbian built on a Dominant White base. I don't know if the Illiana (sp?)  variety of Euskal Oiloa is the same as the bird Campo described. I need to find out from Lys if the persons who brought them back in Basqueland has revealed their genome.

:EO:

Last edited by 3riverschick (2011-08-24 19:39:08)


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