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quantitative trait locus


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quantitative trait locus

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quantitative trait locus

A Quantitative Trait Locus on chr.4 Regulates Thymic Involution

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

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

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

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

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

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

A major quantitative trait locus for increasing cadmium-specific concentration in rice grain is located on the short arm of chromosome 7

 

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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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