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Use of molecular genetic techniques: a case study on the Iberian pig

  • M.A. Toro (a1), E. Alves (a1), C. Barragán (a1), C. Castellanos (a1), E. Fabuel (a1), A. Fernández (a1), C. Ovilo (a1), M.C. Rodríguez (a1) and L. Silió (a1)...

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The usefulness of molecular genetic markers as a tool for the conservation, characterisation and differentiation of domestic animal populations are shown in the following text, that summarises diverse applications to Iberian pigs.

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