OMIA 001753-9031 : Naked, sex-linked in Gallus gallus
Mendelian trait/disorder: yes Mode of inheritance: Z-linked recessive Considered a defect: yes Key variant known: no Species-specific symbol: n History: This trait was first reported by Hutt and Sturkie (1938). Inheritance: Somes (1990) lists this trait as Z-linked recessive, based on the work of Hutt and Sturkie (1938), who assigned the symbol "n". Breed: White Leghorn.
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.|
|1983||Bitgood, J.J., Otis, J.S., Shoffner, R.N. :|
|Refined linkage value for comb and blue Egg: lack of effect of pea comb, blue egg, and naked on age at first egg in the domestic fowl. Poultry Science 62:235–238, 1983. DOI: 10.3382/ps.0620235.|
|1938||Hutt, F.B., Sturkie, P.D. :|
|Genetics of the fowl. IX. Naked, a new sex-linked mutation. Journal of Heredity 29:370-379, 1938.|
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