OMIA 001742-9031 : Stubs in Gallus gallus
Mendelian trait/disorder: unknown Considered a defect: yes Species-specific symbol: Ht; sb-1; sb-2 History: A subset of this trait, namely stubs on hocks, was first reported by Serebrovsky (1926). Hays (1943) first reported on the more common type of stubs, namely "short partly grown feathers on the shanks and feet that appear in breeds that are normally clean-legged" (Somes, 1990) Inheritance: Serebrovsky (1926) reported single-locus autosomal dominant inheritance of stubs on hocks; hence the symbol Ht. Hays (1943) postulated two autosomal loci, with recessive alleles now named sb-1 and sb-2 (Somes, 1990). The jury is still out.
Note: the references are listed in reverse chronological order (from the most recent year to the earliest year), and alphabetically by first author within a year.
|1990||Somes, R.G. Jr :|
|Mutations and major variants of plumage and skin in chickens. In "Poultry Breeding and Genetics" (ed. R.D. Crawford), Elsevier, Amsterdam; Chapter 6 :169-208, 1990.|
|1943||Hays, F.A. :|
|Inheritance of mottled earlobes and stubs in Rhode Island Reds American Naturalist 77:471-475, 1943.|
|1926||Serebrovsky, A.S. :|
|The genetics of the domestic fowl. II. The genetics of leg feathering. Memoirs of the Anikowo Genetical Station, 1926. [Abstracted by L. C. Dunn from the translation of B. F. Glessing] Journal of Heredity 20:111-118, 1926.|
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