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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Comprehensive Linkage Map of Bovine Chromosome 11

Authors
item Casas, Eduardo
item Bennett, Gary
item Bottema, C.D. - UNIV. ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
item Crawford, A. - RUAKURA, NEW ZEALAND
item Kalm, E. - KIEL, GERMANY
item Kappes, Steven
item Kister, A. - UNIV. ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
item Lewin, H. - UNIV. ILLINOIS, URBANA
item Lien, S. - AGRI. UNIV., NORWAY
item Morris, C. - RUAKURA, NEW ZEALAND

Submitted to: Animal Genetics
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: February 15, 2001
Publication Date: April 6, 2001
Citation: Casas, E., Bennett, G.L., Bottema, C.K., Crawford, A., Kalm, E., Kappes, S.M., Kister, A., Lewin, H.A., Lien, S., Morris, C.A. 2001. Comprehensive linkage map of bovine chromosome 11. Animal Genetics. 32:92-94.

Interpretive Summary: Several projects around the world have produced genetic maps of the bovine using both genetic markers common to several laboratories and markers unique from each laboratory. This paper is the report on the first workshop on the genetic map of bovine chromosome 11. Six laboratories contributed information from 80 genetic markers. Thirty-six were used in at least two independent laboratories and were used to construct a consensus map. The remaining markers were subsequently incorporated to produce a comprehensive map of bovine chromosome 11. This map will enable the refinement of quantitative trait loci of economically important traits in cattle.

Technical Abstract: The results of genotypic data contributed for the bovine chromosome 11 (BTA11) is presented. Six laboratories contributed a total of 26199 informative meioses from eighty loci. Thirty-six were typed by at least two independent laboratories and were used to construct a consensus linkage map of the chromosome. The remaining loci were subsequently incorporated into a comprehensive map. The sex-averaged consensus map covered 128.9 cM The female map was 101.2 cM, while the male map was 129.8 cM. The comprehensive sex-averaged map was 134.2 cM and the average genetic distance between loci was 1.72 cM.

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