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Efeito do gene do estresse suino sobre caracteristicas de quantidade e qualidade de carcaca


, : Efeito do gene do estresse suino sobre caracteristicas de quantidade e qualidade de carcaca. Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia 30(1): 37-40

The swine stress gene (hal gene) in recessive homozygosis (nn) is associated with the occurrence of the Porcine Stress Syndrome (PSS) and with the occurrence of pale, soft and exudative pork (PSE). In heterozygosis (Nn) it is related to low quality of carcass, but higher carcass weight. This study has characterized the genotype of hal gene by DNA-testing, obtained by alkaline extraction from a single hair root, in a sample of 160 swines.

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