Article published the November 25, 2016
Background The chicken is an important animal for several reasons. In addition to being a major source of protein in the world, it is valuable to the understanding of genome evolution because of its relationship to mammals. The chicken genome sequence assembly was completed in 2004 with a six-fold whole genome shotgun (Sanger) coverage. It was the first avian genome to be sequenced [1] and, ther ...
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William M. Muir, Professor of Animal Sciences at Purdue University, speaks about new selection methods for layer performance and potential impacts on behavior and management.
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European Poultry Conference 2014
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Location:Lafayette, Indiana, United States
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