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Effect of kappa -casein and beta -lactoglobulin variants on genetic production traits in Italian Friesian cows



Effect of kappa -casein and beta -lactoglobulin variants on genetic production traits in Italian Friesian cows



Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero Casearia 40(6): 411-422



In 3941 cows frequencies of genotypes AA, AB and BB were 0.60, 0.29 and 0.11 for kappa -casein, and 0.17, 0.48 and 0.35 for beta -lactoglobulin resp. Protein yield (AB > BB > AA) and protein percentage (BB > AB > AA) were significantly affected by kappa -Cn genotype, and milk yield, protein yield, protein percentage (all AA > AB > BB) and fat percentage (AB > AA > BB) were significantly affected by beta -Lg genotype.

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