Han sheep

Han sheep

prolific Chinese meat and carpetwool sheep; fat-tailed variants.
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The Small Tailed Han sheep is a Chinese indigenous breed that is famous for its precociousness and prolificacy [1].
1) was identical with small tail Han sheep, cattle, goat, camel, horse, dog, mouse and human, respectively 100, 99, 99, 98, 98, 96, 96, and 96%.
indicated that the A282G mutation in INHA promoter had significant effects on the average litter size of Small Tailed Han sheep (P < 0.
In this study, LHb gene polymorphism was analyzed by the sequencing technique, SNP mutation sites of LHb gene were detected in five sheep breeds including Lanzhou large-tailed sheep, small-tailed han sheep, Mongolian sheep, large-tailed han sheep and Yuxi fat-tailed sheep, in order to further provide reference to investigate the genetic mechanism of reproductive performance in sheep.
Polymorphism of prolactin gene and its relationship with prolificacy of Small Tail Han sheep.
Mutations in BMPR-1B and BMP15 gene are associated with litter size in small Tailed Han sheep.
Although the small tail Han sheep is an important sheep breed with many favorable features, including fast growth, strong reproduction, stable genetic performance, and good adaption, data on its gut microbiota are limited.
Small-tail han sheep reproduction and disease resistance relational genes cloning and comparative genomics analysis.
2000), have recently been imported into China as a meat sire breed to improve growth performance and the carcass traits of the thin-tailed Han sheep, a Chinese indigenous sheep breed well- known for its precociousness and prolificacy (Cheng, 1984).
The thin-tailed Han sheep is a Chinese indigenous breed that is well adapted to the ecological conditions of semi-arid agricultural areas of China and is noted for its precociousness and prolificacy (Cheng, 1984).
2002), and Small-Tailed Han Sheep and Hu Sheep in China (Liu et al.