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Growth rate and carcass quality in relation to GH-MspI and GH-HaeII PCR-RFLP polymorphism in pigs

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The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of two single nucleotide polymorphisms iIn growth hormone (GH) gene on performance traits in pigs. The animals (n= 320) belonged to four groups of commercial crosses being the progeny of crossbred Polish Landrace × Polish Large White sows and Polish Landrace, Polish Large White, Duroc or Pietrain boars. Genotypes of growth hormone gene (GH) were established with PCR-RFLP technique using MspI and HaeII endonucleases.The GH/MspI and GH/HaeII genotypes were found significantly related to the weight of ham, Wright of ham meat and ham content of carcass. Moreover, nearly significant differences between GH/MIPS genotypes were found for mean fat thickness (from five measurements), fat thickness at lower back (point K2) and over the loin, and for loin eye height. The results presented allow to assume that near the analysed mutation the QTLs for performance traits in pigs are located.
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Celem badań było określenie zależności między cechami użytkowymi świń a polimorfizmem genu hormonu wzrostu (GH). Materiał badawczy stanowiły zwierzęta pochodzące z krzyżowania knurów czystych ras (pbz, wbp, Duroc, Pietrain) z lochami mieszańcowymi (wbp × pbz). Analizą objęto 18 cech tempa wzrostu i jakości tuszy 320 zwierząt. Istotne zależności między analizowanymi genotypami GH/MspI i GH/HaeII odnotowano dla masy szynki, masy mięsa szynki oraz udziału masy szynki w tuszy (%). Ponadto stwierdzono bliskie istotności zależności między genotypem GH/MspI a średnią grubością słoniny z pięciu pomiarów, grubością słoniny mierzoną na krzyżu w punkcie K2, grubością słoniny okrywającej polędwicę oraz wysokością oka polędwicy. Prezentowane wyniki wraz z wcześniejszymi doniesieniami potwierdzają tezę, że w rejonie chromosomu 12 obejmującym locus GH znajdują się QTLs, które istotnie wpływają na poziom cech użytkowych świń.
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p.57-64,ref.
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  • Polish Academy of Sciences, Jastrzebiec, 05-552 Wolka Kosowska, Poland
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