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Subfertility and sterility in Holstein-Friesian cattle with numerical and structural chromosomal aberrations






Ars Veterinaria 3(2): 227-234

Subfertility and sterility in Holstein-Friesian cattle with numerical and structural chromosomal aberrations

Two Holstein-Friesian bulls and one Holstein X Gir cow were suspected of subfertility and sterility and were subjected to chromosome analysis. The cow proved to be a typical sterile freemartin with chimaerism of the sex chromosomes 60,XX/60,YY in the proportion of 96.7% of XX cells and 3.3% of XY.


Accession: 001959390



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