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Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3, 135 - 140, 01.07.2021
https://doi.org/10.34248/bsengineering.858274

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  • Arora R, Bhatia S. 2004. Genetic structure of Muzzafarnagri sheep based on microsatellite analysis. Small Rumin Res, 54: 227-230.
  • Arranz J, Bayon Y, Primitivo FS. 2001. Differentiation among Spanish sheep breeds using microsatellites. Genet Sel Evol, 33: 529-542.
  • Arranz JJ, Bayón Y, San Primitivo F. 1998. Genetic relationships among Spanish sheep using microsatellites, Anim. Genet, 29: 435-440.
  • Blears MJ, De Grandis SA, Lee H, Trevors JT. 1998. Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP): a review of the procedure and its applications. J Indus Micro Biotech, 21: 99–114.
  • Bradley DG, MacHugh D., Cunningham P, Loftus RT. 1996. Mitochondrial diversity and the origins of African and European cattle. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 93: 5131–5135.
  • Bradley DG, MacHugh DE, Loftus R, Sow RS, Hoste CH, Cunningham EP. 1994. Zebu-taurine variation in Y chromosomal DNA: a sensitive assay for genetic introgression in Western African tyranotolerant cattle populations. Anim Genet, 15: 7–12.
  • Brown WM, George-Jr M, Wilson AC. 1979. Rapid evolution of animal mitochondrial DNA. Genet, 76:1967-1971.
  • Bruford MW, Bradley DG, Luikart G. 2003. DNA markers reveal the complexity of livestock domestication. Nature Rev Genet, 4: 900–910.
  • Chessa B, Pereira F, Arnaud F, Amorim A, Goyache F, Mainland I, Kao RR, Pemberton JM, Beraldi D, Stear MJ, Alberti A, Pittau M, Iannuzzi L, Banabazi MH, Kazwala R, Zhang YP, Arranz JJ, Ali BA, Wang Z, Uzun M, Dione M, Olsaker I, Holm L-E, Saarma U, Ahmad S, Marzanov N, Eythorsdottir E, Holland MJ, Ajmone-Marsan P, Bruford MW, Kantanen J, Spencer TE, Palmarini M. 2009. Revealing the history of sheep domestication using retrovirus integrations. Sci, 324:532–536.
  • Chu MX, Wang JZ, Wang AG, Li N, Fu JL. 2003. Association analysis between five microsatellite loci and litter size in small tail Han sheep. Asian-Aust J Anim Sci, 16: 1555-1559.
  • Civanova K, Putnova L, Dvorak J. 2006. Analysis of microsatellite set for biodiversity studies in horses. Acta Fytotechnica et Zootech, 39-40.
  • Colledge S, Conolly J, Shennan S. 2005. The evolution of Neolithic farming from SW Asian origins to NW European limits. Eur J Archaeol, 8: 137–156.
  • Demeke T, Adams RP, Chibbar R. 1992. Potential taxonomic use of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD): a case study in Brassica. Theor Appl Genet, 84: 990–994.
  • Demirci S, Koban-Baştanlar E, Dağtaş ND, Pişkin E, Engin A, Özer F, Yüncü E, Doğan ŞA, Togan İ. 2013. Mitochondrial DNA diversity of modern, ancient and wild sheep (Ovis gmelinii anatolica) from Turkey: new insights on the evolutionary history of sheep. Plos One, e81952.
  • Diez-Tascon C, Littlejohn RP, Almeida PAR, Crawford AM. 2000. Genetic variation within the Merino sheep breed: analysis of closely related populations using microsatellites. Anim Genet, 31: 243–251.
  • Forbes SH, Hogg JT, Buchanan FC, Crawford AM, Allendorf FW. 1995. Microsatellite evolution in congeneric mammals: domestic and bighorn sheep. Mol Biol Evol, 12:1106-1113.
  • Groeneveld LF, Lenstra JA, Eding H, Toro MA, Scherf B, Pilling D, Negrini R, Finlay EK, Jianlin H, Groeneveld E, Weigend S, Consortium G. 2009. Genetic diversity in farm animals-a review. Anim Genet, 41:6-31.
  • Guo J, Du LX, Ma YH, Guan WJ, Li HB, Zhao QJ, Li X, Rao SQ. 2005. A novel maternal lineage revealed in sheep (Ovis aries). Anim Genet, 36: 331–6.
  • Gutiérrez-Gil B, Uzun M, Arranz J, Primitivo FS, Yildiz S, Cenesiz M, Bayon Y. 2006. Genetic diversity in Turkish sheep. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica. Anim Sci, 56: 1-7.
  • Hall SJG, Bradley DG. 1995. Conserving livestock breed biodiversity. Trends Ecol Evol, 10: 267-270.
  • Handley LJ, Byrne K, Santucci F, Townsend S, Taylor M, Bruford MW, Hewitt GM. 2007. Genetic structure of European sheep breeds. Heredity, 99 (6): 620–631.
  • Hiendleder S, Kaupe B, Wassmuth R, Janke A. 2002. Molecular analysis of wild and domestic sheep questions current nomenclature and provides evidence for domestication from two different subspecies. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 269: 893–904.
  • Hiendleder S, Mainz K, Plante Y, Lewalski H. 1998. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA indicates that domestic sheep are derived from two different ancestral maternal sources: no evidence for contributions from urial and argali sheep. J Hered, 89: 113–120.
  • Hoda A, Ajmone-Marsan P, Dobi P, Bozgo V, Consortium E. 2010. Genetic diversity in Albanian sheep breeds estimated by AFLP markers. Alban J Agri Sci, 9: 23–29.
  • Kijas JW, Townley D, Dalrymple BP, Heaton MP, Maddox JF, McGrath A, Wilson P, Ingersoll RG, McCulloch R, McWilliam S, Tang D, McEwan J, Cockett N, Oddy VH, Nicholas FW, Raadsma H. 2009. International Sheep Genomics Consortium. A genome wide survey of SNP variation reveals the genetic structure of sheep breeds. PLoS One, 4 (3): e4668.
  • Koh MC, Lim CH, Chua SB, Chew ST, Phang STW. 1998. Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprints for identification of red meat animal species. Meat Sci, 48: 275–285.
  • Koller B, Lehmann A, McDermott JM. 1993. Identification of apple cultivars using RAPD markers. Theor App Genet, 85: 901–904.
  • Litt M, Luty JA. 1989. A hypervariable microsatellite revealed by in vitro amplification of a dinucleotide repeat within the cardiac muscle actin gene. Am J Hum Genet, 44: 397–401.
  • Luikart G, Gielly L, Excoffier L, Vigne JD, Bouvet J, Taberlet P. 2001. Multiple maternal origins and weak phylogeographic structure in domestic goats. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 98: 5927–5932.
  • MacHugh D, Bradley D. 2001. Livestock genetic origins: goats buck the trend. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 98:5382–5384.
  • Mburu D and Hanotte O. 2005. A practical approach to microsatellite genotyping with special reference to livestock population genetics. ILRI Biodiversity project. A manual prepared for the IAEA/ILRI training course on molecular characterization of small ruminant genetic resources of Asia, ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Meadows JRS, Cemal I, Karaca O, Gootwine E, Kijas JW. 2007. Five ovine mitochondrial lineages identified from sheep breeds of the near east. Genetics, 175 (3): 1371–1379.
  • Meadows JRS, Hanotte O, Drögemüller C, Calvo J, Godfrey R, Coltman D, Maddox JF, Marzanov N, Kantanen J, Kijas JW. 2006. Globally dispersed Y chromosomal haplotypes in wild and domestic sheep. Animal Genetics, 37: 444-453.
  • Meadows JRS, Hawken RJ, Kijas JW. 2004. Nucleotide diversity of the ovine Y chromosome. Anim Genet, 35: 379–85.
  • Meadows JRS, Kijas JW. 2009. Re-sequencing regions of the ovine Y chromosome in domestic and wild sheep reveals novel paternal haplotypes. Anim Genet, 40 (1): 119–123.
  • Meadows JRS, Li K, Kantanen J, Tapio M, Sipos W, Pardeshi V, Gupta V, Calvo JH, Whan V, Norris B, Kijas JW. 2005. Mitochondrial sequence reveals high levels of gene flow between breeds of domestic sheep from Asia and Europe. J Heredity, 96: 494–501.
  • Meunier JR, Grimont PAD. 1993. Factors affecting reproducibility of random amplified polymorphic DNA fingerprinting. Res Microbiol, 144: 373–379.
  • Paglia G, Morgante M. 1998. PCR-based multiplex DNA fingerprinting technique for the analysis of conifer genome. Mol Breed, 4: 173–177.
  • Pariset L, Mariotti M, Gargani M, Joost S, Negrini R, Perez T, Bruford M, Marsan PA, Valentini A. 2011. Genetic diversity of sheep breeds from Albania, Greece and Italy assessed by mitochondrial DNA and nuclear polymorphisms (SNPs). The Sci World, 11:1641–1659.
  • Pedrosa S, Uzun M, Arranz JJ, Gutiérrez-Gil B, San-Primitivo F, Bayón Y. 2005. Evidence of three maternal lineages in Near Eastern sheep supporting multiple domestication events. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 272: 2211–2217.
  • Pereira F, Davis SJM, Pereira L, McEvoy B, Bradley DG, Amorim A. 2006. Genetic signatures of a Mediterranean influence in Iberian Peninsula sheep husbandry. Molec Biol Evol, 23: 1420–1426.
  • Peter C, Bruford M, Perez T, Dalamitra S, Hewitt G, Erhardt G. 2007. Genetic diversity and subdivision of 57 European and Middle-Eastern sheep breeds. Anim Genet, 38(1): 37–44.
  • Peter C, Prinzenberg EM, Erhardt G, Consortium E. 2005. Null allele at the OarAE129 locus and corresponding allele frequencies in German sheep breeds. Anim Genet, 36: 92.
  • Piper L, Ruvinsky A. 1997. The Genetics of Sheep. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
  • Poplin F. 1979. Origine du mouflon de Corse dans une nouvelle perspective paleontologique: par marronnage. Ann Genet Sel Anim, 11:133–134.
  • Ritz RL, Glowatzki-Mullis ML, Machugh DE, Gaillard C. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Bovini using microsatellites. Anim Genet, 31: 178-185.
  • Ryder ML, Stephenson SK. 1968. Wool Growth. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
  • Ryder ML. 1984. Sheep. In: Mason IL, editor. Evolution of domesticated animals. London: Longman, pp 63–85.
  • Scherf BD. 2000. World watch list for domestic animal diversity. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.
  • Sen U, E Sirin, Ulutas Z, Kuran M. 2011. Fattening performance, slaughter, carcass and meat quality traits of Karayaka lambs. Trop Anim Health Prod, 43 (2): 409-416.
  • Soule M. 1987. Viable populations for conservation. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.
  • Tapio M, Marzanov N, Ozerov M, Cinkulov M, Gonzarenko G, Kiselyova T, Murawski M, Viinalass H, Kantanen J. 2006. Sheep mitochondrial DNA variation in European, Caucasian, and Central Asian areas. Molec Biol Evol, 23: 1776–1783.
  • Tapio M, Miceikiene I, Vilkki J, Kantanen J. 2003. Comparison of microsatellite and blood protein diversity in sheep: inconsistencies in fragmented breeds. Mol Ecol, 12:2045–2056.
  • Tautz D. 1989. Hypervariability of simple sequences as a general source for polymorphic DNA markers. Nucleic Acids Res, 17: 6463–6471.
  • Ulutaş Z, Aksoy Y, Sahin A, Şirin E, Şen U, Kuran M. 2018. Genetic trends of body weight and some scanning traits of Karayaka lambs. Indian J Anim Res, 52(8): 1119-1123.
  • Vos P, Hogers R, Bleeker M, Reijans M, Lee TVD, Hornes M, Friters A, Pot J, Paleman J, Kuiper M, Zabeau M. 1995. AFLP: a new technique for DNA fingerprinting. Nucleic Acids Res, 23: 4407–4414.
  • Walling GA, Wilson AD, Mcteir BL, Bishop SC. 2004. Increased heterozygosity and allele variants are seen in Texel compared to Suffolk sheep. Heredity, 92:102–109.
  • Warmuth V, Eriksson A, Bower MA, Barker G, Barrett E, Hanks BK, Li S, Lomitashvili D, Ochir-Goryaeva M, Sizonov GV, Soyonov V, Manica A. 2012. Reconstructing the origin and spread of horse domestication in the Eurasian steppe. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 109:8202–8206.
  • Welsh J, McClelland M. 1990. Fingerprinting genomes Using PCR with arbitrary primers. Nucleic Acids Res, 18: 7213–7218.
  • Williams JGK, Kubeilik AR, Livak KJ, Rafalski JA, Tingey SV. 1990. DNA polymorphisms amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers. Nucleic Acids Res, 18: 6531–6535.
  • Wu CH, Zhang YP, Bunch TD, Wang S, Wang W. 2003. Mitochondrial control region sequence variation within the argali wild sheep (Ovis ammon): evolution and conservation relevance. Mammalia, 67:109–118.
  • Yadav AK, Tomar SS, Jha AK, Singh J. 2017. Importance of molecular markers in livestock improvement. IJAIR, 5: 614-621.
  • Zabeau M, Vos P. 1993. Selective restriction fragment amplification: a general method for DNA fingerprinting. EP Patent. Publication. No.0534858:B2.
  • Zeder MA, Emshwiller E, Smith BD, Bradley DG. 2006. Documenting domestication: the intersection of genetics and archaeology. Trends Genet, 22: 139-155.
  • Zohary D, Tchernov E, Horwitz KL. 1998. The role of unconscious selection in the domestication of sheep and goats. J Zool Lond, 245: 129-135.

Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe

Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3, 135 - 140, 01.07.2021
https://doi.org/10.34248/bsengineering.858274

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Sheep has been domesticated southwestern Asia for about 8000-9000 years ago and represented one of earliest livestock species. Ancestor relationship can be investigated through mtDNA data. There are many genetic markers to determine the relationship between and among the sheep breeds. Restriction fragment length polymorphisms are basic technique and have less variability and many restrictions as compared to Random amplification of polymorphic DNA. Due to specific amplification of Amplified fragment length polymorphisms it is more suitable than Restriction fragment length polymorphisms and Random amplification of polymorphic DNA. Microsatellites are widely used technique for the determination of genetic diversity. This technique provides information about the classification and characterization of sheep breeds. However this technique cannot provides information on breed functional traits. On the basis of mtDNA analysis haplotypes groups differ in sequences by any extent of Ovis species. Haplotype A and B are two of most important haplotype groups. Haplotype A carries Asiatic mouflon (Ovis orientalis) while Haplotype B carries European mouflon (Ovis musimon). Actually Haplotype A and B are both found in Asia while Haplotype B only dominates in Europe so sheep descent from one or more Asiatic mouflon. Haplotype C also found in Turkey, Portugal, Caucasus and China while Haplotype D present in Karachai sheep from Caucasian. Haplotype E which is very rare and found only in Turkey.

Kaynakça

  • Arora R, Bhatia S. 2004. Genetic structure of Muzzafarnagri sheep based on microsatellite analysis. Small Rumin Res, 54: 227-230.
  • Arranz J, Bayon Y, Primitivo FS. 2001. Differentiation among Spanish sheep breeds using microsatellites. Genet Sel Evol, 33: 529-542.
  • Arranz JJ, Bayón Y, San Primitivo F. 1998. Genetic relationships among Spanish sheep using microsatellites, Anim. Genet, 29: 435-440.
  • Blears MJ, De Grandis SA, Lee H, Trevors JT. 1998. Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP): a review of the procedure and its applications. J Indus Micro Biotech, 21: 99–114.
  • Bradley DG, MacHugh D., Cunningham P, Loftus RT. 1996. Mitochondrial diversity and the origins of African and European cattle. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 93: 5131–5135.
  • Bradley DG, MacHugh DE, Loftus R, Sow RS, Hoste CH, Cunningham EP. 1994. Zebu-taurine variation in Y chromosomal DNA: a sensitive assay for genetic introgression in Western African tyranotolerant cattle populations. Anim Genet, 15: 7–12.
  • Brown WM, George-Jr M, Wilson AC. 1979. Rapid evolution of animal mitochondrial DNA. Genet, 76:1967-1971.
  • Bruford MW, Bradley DG, Luikart G. 2003. DNA markers reveal the complexity of livestock domestication. Nature Rev Genet, 4: 900–910.
  • Chessa B, Pereira F, Arnaud F, Amorim A, Goyache F, Mainland I, Kao RR, Pemberton JM, Beraldi D, Stear MJ, Alberti A, Pittau M, Iannuzzi L, Banabazi MH, Kazwala R, Zhang YP, Arranz JJ, Ali BA, Wang Z, Uzun M, Dione M, Olsaker I, Holm L-E, Saarma U, Ahmad S, Marzanov N, Eythorsdottir E, Holland MJ, Ajmone-Marsan P, Bruford MW, Kantanen J, Spencer TE, Palmarini M. 2009. Revealing the history of sheep domestication using retrovirus integrations. Sci, 324:532–536.
  • Chu MX, Wang JZ, Wang AG, Li N, Fu JL. 2003. Association analysis between five microsatellite loci and litter size in small tail Han sheep. Asian-Aust J Anim Sci, 16: 1555-1559.
  • Civanova K, Putnova L, Dvorak J. 2006. Analysis of microsatellite set for biodiversity studies in horses. Acta Fytotechnica et Zootech, 39-40.
  • Colledge S, Conolly J, Shennan S. 2005. The evolution of Neolithic farming from SW Asian origins to NW European limits. Eur J Archaeol, 8: 137–156.
  • Demeke T, Adams RP, Chibbar R. 1992. Potential taxonomic use of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD): a case study in Brassica. Theor Appl Genet, 84: 990–994.
  • Demirci S, Koban-Baştanlar E, Dağtaş ND, Pişkin E, Engin A, Özer F, Yüncü E, Doğan ŞA, Togan İ. 2013. Mitochondrial DNA diversity of modern, ancient and wild sheep (Ovis gmelinii anatolica) from Turkey: new insights on the evolutionary history of sheep. Plos One, e81952.
  • Diez-Tascon C, Littlejohn RP, Almeida PAR, Crawford AM. 2000. Genetic variation within the Merino sheep breed: analysis of closely related populations using microsatellites. Anim Genet, 31: 243–251.
  • Forbes SH, Hogg JT, Buchanan FC, Crawford AM, Allendorf FW. 1995. Microsatellite evolution in congeneric mammals: domestic and bighorn sheep. Mol Biol Evol, 12:1106-1113.
  • Groeneveld LF, Lenstra JA, Eding H, Toro MA, Scherf B, Pilling D, Negrini R, Finlay EK, Jianlin H, Groeneveld E, Weigend S, Consortium G. 2009. Genetic diversity in farm animals-a review. Anim Genet, 41:6-31.
  • Guo J, Du LX, Ma YH, Guan WJ, Li HB, Zhao QJ, Li X, Rao SQ. 2005. A novel maternal lineage revealed in sheep (Ovis aries). Anim Genet, 36: 331–6.
  • Gutiérrez-Gil B, Uzun M, Arranz J, Primitivo FS, Yildiz S, Cenesiz M, Bayon Y. 2006. Genetic diversity in Turkish sheep. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica. Anim Sci, 56: 1-7.
  • Hall SJG, Bradley DG. 1995. Conserving livestock breed biodiversity. Trends Ecol Evol, 10: 267-270.
  • Handley LJ, Byrne K, Santucci F, Townsend S, Taylor M, Bruford MW, Hewitt GM. 2007. Genetic structure of European sheep breeds. Heredity, 99 (6): 620–631.
  • Hiendleder S, Kaupe B, Wassmuth R, Janke A. 2002. Molecular analysis of wild and domestic sheep questions current nomenclature and provides evidence for domestication from two different subspecies. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 269: 893–904.
  • Hiendleder S, Mainz K, Plante Y, Lewalski H. 1998. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA indicates that domestic sheep are derived from two different ancestral maternal sources: no evidence for contributions from urial and argali sheep. J Hered, 89: 113–120.
  • Hoda A, Ajmone-Marsan P, Dobi P, Bozgo V, Consortium E. 2010. Genetic diversity in Albanian sheep breeds estimated by AFLP markers. Alban J Agri Sci, 9: 23–29.
  • Kijas JW, Townley D, Dalrymple BP, Heaton MP, Maddox JF, McGrath A, Wilson P, Ingersoll RG, McCulloch R, McWilliam S, Tang D, McEwan J, Cockett N, Oddy VH, Nicholas FW, Raadsma H. 2009. International Sheep Genomics Consortium. A genome wide survey of SNP variation reveals the genetic structure of sheep breeds. PLoS One, 4 (3): e4668.
  • Koh MC, Lim CH, Chua SB, Chew ST, Phang STW. 1998. Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprints for identification of red meat animal species. Meat Sci, 48: 275–285.
  • Koller B, Lehmann A, McDermott JM. 1993. Identification of apple cultivars using RAPD markers. Theor App Genet, 85: 901–904.
  • Litt M, Luty JA. 1989. A hypervariable microsatellite revealed by in vitro amplification of a dinucleotide repeat within the cardiac muscle actin gene. Am J Hum Genet, 44: 397–401.
  • Luikart G, Gielly L, Excoffier L, Vigne JD, Bouvet J, Taberlet P. 2001. Multiple maternal origins and weak phylogeographic structure in domestic goats. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 98: 5927–5932.
  • MacHugh D, Bradley D. 2001. Livestock genetic origins: goats buck the trend. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 98:5382–5384.
  • Mburu D and Hanotte O. 2005. A practical approach to microsatellite genotyping with special reference to livestock population genetics. ILRI Biodiversity project. A manual prepared for the IAEA/ILRI training course on molecular characterization of small ruminant genetic resources of Asia, ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Meadows JRS, Cemal I, Karaca O, Gootwine E, Kijas JW. 2007. Five ovine mitochondrial lineages identified from sheep breeds of the near east. Genetics, 175 (3): 1371–1379.
  • Meadows JRS, Hanotte O, Drögemüller C, Calvo J, Godfrey R, Coltman D, Maddox JF, Marzanov N, Kantanen J, Kijas JW. 2006. Globally dispersed Y chromosomal haplotypes in wild and domestic sheep. Animal Genetics, 37: 444-453.
  • Meadows JRS, Hawken RJ, Kijas JW. 2004. Nucleotide diversity of the ovine Y chromosome. Anim Genet, 35: 379–85.
  • Meadows JRS, Kijas JW. 2009. Re-sequencing regions of the ovine Y chromosome in domestic and wild sheep reveals novel paternal haplotypes. Anim Genet, 40 (1): 119–123.
  • Meadows JRS, Li K, Kantanen J, Tapio M, Sipos W, Pardeshi V, Gupta V, Calvo JH, Whan V, Norris B, Kijas JW. 2005. Mitochondrial sequence reveals high levels of gene flow between breeds of domestic sheep from Asia and Europe. J Heredity, 96: 494–501.
  • Meunier JR, Grimont PAD. 1993. Factors affecting reproducibility of random amplified polymorphic DNA fingerprinting. Res Microbiol, 144: 373–379.
  • Paglia G, Morgante M. 1998. PCR-based multiplex DNA fingerprinting technique for the analysis of conifer genome. Mol Breed, 4: 173–177.
  • Pariset L, Mariotti M, Gargani M, Joost S, Negrini R, Perez T, Bruford M, Marsan PA, Valentini A. 2011. Genetic diversity of sheep breeds from Albania, Greece and Italy assessed by mitochondrial DNA and nuclear polymorphisms (SNPs). The Sci World, 11:1641–1659.
  • Pedrosa S, Uzun M, Arranz JJ, Gutiérrez-Gil B, San-Primitivo F, Bayón Y. 2005. Evidence of three maternal lineages in Near Eastern sheep supporting multiple domestication events. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 272: 2211–2217.
  • Pereira F, Davis SJM, Pereira L, McEvoy B, Bradley DG, Amorim A. 2006. Genetic signatures of a Mediterranean influence in Iberian Peninsula sheep husbandry. Molec Biol Evol, 23: 1420–1426.
  • Peter C, Bruford M, Perez T, Dalamitra S, Hewitt G, Erhardt G. 2007. Genetic diversity and subdivision of 57 European and Middle-Eastern sheep breeds. Anim Genet, 38(1): 37–44.
  • Peter C, Prinzenberg EM, Erhardt G, Consortium E. 2005. Null allele at the OarAE129 locus and corresponding allele frequencies in German sheep breeds. Anim Genet, 36: 92.
  • Piper L, Ruvinsky A. 1997. The Genetics of Sheep. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
  • Poplin F. 1979. Origine du mouflon de Corse dans une nouvelle perspective paleontologique: par marronnage. Ann Genet Sel Anim, 11:133–134.
  • Ritz RL, Glowatzki-Mullis ML, Machugh DE, Gaillard C. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Bovini using microsatellites. Anim Genet, 31: 178-185.
  • Ryder ML, Stephenson SK. 1968. Wool Growth. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
  • Ryder ML. 1984. Sheep. In: Mason IL, editor. Evolution of domesticated animals. London: Longman, pp 63–85.
  • Scherf BD. 2000. World watch list for domestic animal diversity. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.
  • Sen U, E Sirin, Ulutas Z, Kuran M. 2011. Fattening performance, slaughter, carcass and meat quality traits of Karayaka lambs. Trop Anim Health Prod, 43 (2): 409-416.
  • Soule M. 1987. Viable populations for conservation. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.
  • Tapio M, Marzanov N, Ozerov M, Cinkulov M, Gonzarenko G, Kiselyova T, Murawski M, Viinalass H, Kantanen J. 2006. Sheep mitochondrial DNA variation in European, Caucasian, and Central Asian areas. Molec Biol Evol, 23: 1776–1783.
  • Tapio M, Miceikiene I, Vilkki J, Kantanen J. 2003. Comparison of microsatellite and blood protein diversity in sheep: inconsistencies in fragmented breeds. Mol Ecol, 12:2045–2056.
  • Tautz D. 1989. Hypervariability of simple sequences as a general source for polymorphic DNA markers. Nucleic Acids Res, 17: 6463–6471.
  • Ulutaş Z, Aksoy Y, Sahin A, Şirin E, Şen U, Kuran M. 2018. Genetic trends of body weight and some scanning traits of Karayaka lambs. Indian J Anim Res, 52(8): 1119-1123.
  • Vos P, Hogers R, Bleeker M, Reijans M, Lee TVD, Hornes M, Friters A, Pot J, Paleman J, Kuiper M, Zabeau M. 1995. AFLP: a new technique for DNA fingerprinting. Nucleic Acids Res, 23: 4407–4414.
  • Walling GA, Wilson AD, Mcteir BL, Bishop SC. 2004. Increased heterozygosity and allele variants are seen in Texel compared to Suffolk sheep. Heredity, 92:102–109.
  • Warmuth V, Eriksson A, Bower MA, Barker G, Barrett E, Hanks BK, Li S, Lomitashvili D, Ochir-Goryaeva M, Sizonov GV, Soyonov V, Manica A. 2012. Reconstructing the origin and spread of horse domestication in the Eurasian steppe. Proc Natl Acad Sci, 109:8202–8206.
  • Welsh J, McClelland M. 1990. Fingerprinting genomes Using PCR with arbitrary primers. Nucleic Acids Res, 18: 7213–7218.
  • Williams JGK, Kubeilik AR, Livak KJ, Rafalski JA, Tingey SV. 1990. DNA polymorphisms amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers. Nucleic Acids Res, 18: 6531–6535.
  • Wu CH, Zhang YP, Bunch TD, Wang S, Wang W. 2003. Mitochondrial control region sequence variation within the argali wild sheep (Ovis ammon): evolution and conservation relevance. Mammalia, 67:109–118.
  • Yadav AK, Tomar SS, Jha AK, Singh J. 2017. Importance of molecular markers in livestock improvement. IJAIR, 5: 614-621.
  • Zabeau M, Vos P. 1993. Selective restriction fragment amplification: a general method for DNA fingerprinting. EP Patent. Publication. No.0534858:B2.
  • Zeder MA, Emshwiller E, Smith BD, Bradley DG. 2006. Documenting domestication: the intersection of genetics and archaeology. Trends Genet, 22: 139-155.
  • Zohary D, Tchernov E, Horwitz KL. 1998. The role of unconscious selection in the domestication of sheep and goats. J Zool Lond, 245: 129-135.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Mühendislik
Bölüm Reviews
Yazarlar

Muhammad Shahzad HUSSAIN (Sorumlu Yazar)
AFYON KOCATEPE ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0001-5714-8610
Türkiye


Metin ERDOĞAN
AFYON KOCATEPE ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0003-0975-1989
Türkiye

Teşekkür Afyon kocatepe University
Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Temmuz 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2021, Cilt 4, Sayı 3

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Bibtex @derleme { bsengineering858274, journal = {Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science}, eissn = {2619-8991}, address = {bsjsci@blackseapublishers.com}, publisher = {Uğur ŞEN}, year = {2021}, volume = {4}, number = {3}, pages = {135 - 140}, doi = {10.34248/bsengineering.858274}, title = {Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe}, key = {cite}, author = {Hussaın, Muhammad Shahzad and Erdoğan, Metin} }
APA Hussaın, M. S. & Erdoğan, M. (2021). Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe . Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science , 4 (3) , 135-140 . DOI: 10.34248/bsengineering.858274
MLA Hussaın, M. S. , Erdoğan, M. "Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe" . Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science 4 (2021 ): 135-140 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/bsengineering/issue/62950/858274>
Chicago Hussaın, M. S. , Erdoğan, M. "Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe". Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science 4 (2021 ): 135-140
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe AU - Muhammad Shahzad Hussaın , Metin Erdoğan Y1 - 2021 PY - 2021 N1 - doi: 10.34248/bsengineering.858274 DO - 10.34248/bsengineering.858274 T2 - Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 135 EP - 140 VL - 4 IS - 3 SN - -2619-8991 M3 - doi: 10.34248/bsengineering.858274 UR - https://doi.org/10.34248/bsengineering.858274 Y2 - 2021 ER -
EndNote %0 Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe %A Muhammad Shahzad Hussaın , Metin Erdoğan %T Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe %D 2021 %J Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science %P -2619-8991 %V 4 %N 3 %R doi: 10.34248/bsengineering.858274 %U 10.34248/bsengineering.858274
ISNAD Hussaın, Muhammad Shahzad , Erdoğan, Metin . "Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe". Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science 4 / 3 (Temmuz 2021): 135-140 . https://doi.org/10.34248/bsengineering.858274
AMA Hussaın M. S. , Erdoğan M. Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe. BSJ Eng. Sci.. 2021; 4(3): 135-140.
Vancouver Hussaın M. S. , Erdoğan M. Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe. Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science. 2021; 4(3): 135-140.
IEEE M. S. Hussaın ve M. Erdoğan , "Genetic Resources and Diversity among Sheep Breeds of Asia and Europe", Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science, c. 4, sayı. 3, ss. 135-140, Tem. 2021, doi:10.34248/bsengineering.858274

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