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Heterosis effects of body weight and jumping height in rotational crossing of two-subspecies of mice



Heterosis effects of body weight and jumping height in rotational crossing of two-subspecies of mice



Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 13(7): 888-893



The present study was conducted to evaluate heterosis effects of body weight and jumping height for successive generations of rotational crossing using two subspecies of mice which are very different in body weight and in genetic relationship from each other. Domesticated laboratory mice CF#1 (C) and Yonakuni wild mice (Y) were used. Two groups of rotational crossing was made according to the parent used at the beginning of crosses, C malexY female and Y malexC female.

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