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Animal Breeding and Genetics
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 2001;14(5): 603-607.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.2001.603    Published online May 1, 2001.
Study on Phylogenetic Relationship Between Wild Japanese Quails in the Weishan Lake Area and Domestic Quails
G. B. Chang, H. Chang, H. L. Zhen, X. P. Liu, W. Sun, R. Q. Geng, Y. M. Yu, S. C. Wang, S. M. Geng, X. L. Liu, G. Q. Qin, W. Shen
This paper is based on the 36 wild Japanese quails which migrated to and settled in the Weishan Lake area. The gene frequency of 10 loci encoding the enzymes in viscera and muscle was detected. After collecting the same data about 20 quail colonies in China and other countries, it clusters the 21 quail populations by fuzzy cluster analysis. The study indicates that the wild Japanese quail in the Weishan Lake area is closer to domestic quail for phylogenetic system than wild Japanese quails in Japanese Islands. The paper supports the thesis that the quail domestication area should be further studied.
Keywords: Wild Japanese Quails In The Weishan Lake Area; Phylogenetic Relationship; Fuzzy Cluster Analysis

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