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|標題:||The Origin of the White Roman Goose||作者:||Wang, C.M.
|關鍵字:||Mitochondrial DNA;Phylogenetic relationship;Geese;multiple maternal origins;mitochondrial-dna;patterns||Project:||Biochemical Genetics||期刊/報告no：:||Biochemical Genetics, Volume 48, Issue 11-12, Page(s) 938-943.||摘要:||
In order to avoid interference from nuclear copies of mitochondrial DNA (numts), mtDNA of the white Roman goose (domestic goose) was extracted from liver mitochondria. The mtDNA control region was amplified using a long PCR strategy and then sequenced. Neighbor-joining, maximum parsimony, and maximum-likelihood approaches were implemented using the 1,177 bp mtDNA control region sequences to compute the phylogenetic relationships of the domestic goose with other geese. The resulting identity values for the white Roman geese were 99.1% (1,166/1,177) with western graylag geese and 98.8% (1,163/1,177) with eastern graylag geese. In molecular phylogenetic trees, the white Roman goose was grouped in the graylag lineage, indicating that the white Roman goose came from the graylag goose (Anser anser). Thus, the scientific name of the white Roman goose should be Anser anser 'White Roman.'.
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