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Genetics of the fowl ....

Frederick B. Hutt

Genetics of the fowl ....

by Frederick B. Hutt

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English


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SeriesMcGraw-Hill Publ. in the Agricultural Sciences
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Open LibraryOL20756803M

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Excellent book on poultry breeding and genetics; Sexing all fowl, baby chicks, game birds, cage birds. By Loyl Stromberg. PublishedrevisedUSA. Inherited characteristics in the domestic fowl.

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☯ Full Synopsis: "This special re-print edition of Charles B. Davenport's book "Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl" is a basic guide to poultry genetics. Written in by of the early experts on poultry and particularly chicken genetics, this classic text sheds light on the inheritance of the basic characteristics of poultry.

Genetics of the Fowl is still the most useful work on poultry the last chapter, "Genetics in Practice," provides the best introduction to successful poultry breeding ever written, covering the difference between breeding for dominant vs.

recessive characteristics, individual selection vs. progeny testing, inbreeding vs. crossing, and much more. This special re-print edition of Charles B.

Davenport's book "Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl" is a basic guide to poultry genetics. Written in by of the early experts on poultry and particularly chicken genetics, this classic text sheds light on .This book, appearing nearly 40 years after Hutt's classic text, the Genetics of the Fowl, satisfies the need for a student text on poultry genetics.

Together with the recent multiauthor reference book, Poultry Breeding and Genetics, edited by R. D. Crawford, this book should serve the needs of a variety of people interested in poultry.

It gives an up-to-date account of recent developments in.The book begins by tracing the evolution of the domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus) from its avian ancestors.

Subsequent chapters cover important aspects of poultry genetics, including cytogenetics, transmission genetics, gene mapping, sex linkage, lethal genes, genetics of feathering and plumage, and quantitative : $