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Frequency distributions, interpretation of the inheritance of quantitative characters, and experimental data on major genes



Frequency distributions, interpretation of the inheritance of quantitative characters, and experimental data on major genes



Annales de Genetique et de Selection Animale 3(3): 281-293



An examination was made for the effects of major genes in several poultry populations. The traits involved, which had distributions approximating normality, were body weight, egg number, egg weight, shell thickness, wattle length and organ weights. The investigation method used (see ABA 37, 2063) involved a test of the form (asymmetry, kurtosis) of distributions of deviations from family averages, separately for families with higher and lower variance.

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