Efecto de tres marcadores genéticos sobre la eficiencia alimenticia de toretes en prueba de comportamiento

ESTELA GARZA BRENNER, ANA MARIA SIFUENTES, FELIPE RODRIGUEZ ALMEIDA, MANUEL PARRA BRACAMONTE, WILLIAMS ARELLANO VERA

Abstract


Se evaluó el efecto de tres marcadores genéticos localizados en los genes de hormona de crecimiento (GH), factor de crecimiento semejante a insulina-1 (IGF-1) y leptina (LEP) sobre indicadores de eficiencia alimenticia, utilizando registros de 136 toretes de las razas Charolais, Angus y Brangus durante una prueba de comportamiento productivo. El análisis de asociación entre los genotipos obtenidos y los rasgos productivos evaluados mostró un efecto significativo del marcador GH-Alu sobre CRA (p = 0.032) en la raza Angus, y sobre el peso final ajustado (p = 0.041), en la Charolais; este resultado muestra que es posible su inclusión en los esfuerzos iniciales para la determinación de fenotipos de eficiencia en México y su consecuente aplicación en las estrategias de selección y mejoramiento genético.


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