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quantitative trait locus


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quantitative trait locus

quantitative trait locus

quantitative trait locus

quantitative trait locus

A Quantitative Trait Locus on chr.4 Regulates Thymic Involution

Mapping an Overdominant Quantitative Trait Locus for Heterosis of Body Weight in Mice

A Quantitative Trait Locus Analysis of Natural Genetic Variation for Drosophila melanogaster Oxidative Stress Survival

A Quantitative Trait Locus for Oleic Fatty Acid Content on Sus scrofa Chromosome 7

Characterization of a Major X-Linked Quantitative Trait Locus Influencing Body Weight of Mice

Quantitative trait locus mapping of deep rooting by linkage and association analysis in rice

A Quantitative Trait Locus for SBP Maps Near KCNB1 and PTGIS in a Population Isolate

Identification of EFHC2 as a quantitative trait locus for fear recognition in Turner syndrome

Mapping of a Blood Pressure Quantitative Trait Locus to Chromosome 15q in a Chinese Population

A quantitative trait locus for ascites on chromosome 9 in broiler chicken lines

Mapping of Quantitative Trait Locus Related to Submergence Tolerance in Rice with Aid of Chromosome Walking

A soybean quantitative trait locus that promotes flowering under long days is identified as FT5a, a FLOWERING LOCUS T ortholog

The Candidate Gene, Clock, Localizes to a Strong Spawning Time Quantitative Trait Locus Region in Rainbow Trout

Domestication-related genetic effects on social behavior in chickens – Effects of genotype at a major growth quantitative trait locus

Identification of a Novel Major Quantitative Trait Locus Controlling Distribution of Cd Between Roots and Shoots in Rice

 

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(QTL)

A region of a chromosome (genetic locus) containing one or more genes that contribute to determining a quantitative trait. Typically, several or many such genes (polygenes), each having a small effect, act together to specify the trait.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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