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Studies on Genetic Variability in Nellore Brown Sheep Using Microsatellite Markers

Sheela Manjari Jonnakutti, Punya Kumari Bhupathi, Ekambaram Buddhe, Ravindra Reddy Yeddula, Amol Talokar Jagannath, Bharathi Gutti.

Abstract
The results in the present study suggested that there is substantial genetic variation and polymorphism across the studied loci in Nellore sheep. The PIC values more than 0.5 at all the loci indicated the usefulness of these markers in further genetic studies in Indian sheep breeds. Mode shift analysis indicated that the Population is non-bottle necked. Based on population size, even though there is no threat to the population, but high Inbreeding Coefficient levels in studied Population suggestive of adopting effective breeding and management practices for the genetic improvement of Nellore Sheep.

Key words: Genetic Variability, Microsatellite markers, Nellore Brown Sheep



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