Qinchuan cattle

Qinchuan cattle

red or yellow Chinese draft cattle with a cervical hump.
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Associations of a HinfI PCR- RFLP of POU1F1 gene with growth traits in Qinchuan cattle.
Novel polymorphisms of SIX4 gene and their association with body measurement traits in Qinchuan cattle.
Association between a single nucleotide polymorphism in the bovine chemerin gene and carcass traits in Qinchuan cattle.
In addition, the C187T (A51V) SNP was related to the tenderness and water holding capacity (WHC) of Qinchuan cattle.
Correlation of C184T mutation in THRSP gene with meat traits in the Qinchuan cattle.
2010) reported that the T1530C mutation in LXRa exon 2 had significant effect on backfat thickness carcass length and marbling score in Qinchuan cattle.
Study on SNP of LXRa gene exon 2 and its association with some meat traits in Qinchuan cattle.
132 in Qinchuan cattle and Chinese Holstein cattle (Yan et al.
178 in Qinchuan, Limousin x Qinchuan, Angus x Qinchuan and Germany Yellow x Qinchuan cattle (Zhang et al.
The Jiaxian cattle were from the breeding farm of Jiaxian cattle (Jiaxian county, Henan Province, China); the Nanyang cattle were from the breeding farm of Nanyang cattle (Nanyang city, Henan Province, China); the Qinchuan cattle were from the reserved farm (Fufeng county, Shaanxi Province, China), the breeding and seed centre of Qinchuan cattle (Yangling District, Shaanxi Province, China).
Meanwhile, the Jiaxian, Nanyang and Qinchuan cattle, three of the most representative indigenous bovine (Bos taurus) breeds in China, are draft and beef dual-purpose cattle breeds which have been selected for beef production in the past decades.