Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian Lundehund.

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred

The current Norwegian Lundehund population is highly inbred and has lost 38.8% of the genetic diversity in the base population. Effective population size estimates varied between 13 and 82

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred

The current Norwegian Lundehund population is highly inbred and has lost 38.8% of the genetic diversity in the base population. Effective population size estimates varied between 13 …

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred

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Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred

Title: Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian Lundehund: Authors: Kettunen, Anne; Daverdin, Marc

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred

The current Norwegian Lundehund population is highly inbred and has lost 38.8% of the genetic diversity in the base population. Effective population size estimates varied between 13 and 82 depending on the method used.

Analysis of founder representation in pedigrees: Founder

The number of founder genome equivalents of a population is that number of equally contributing founders with no random loss of founder alleles in descendants that would be expected to produce the same genetic diversity as in the population under study.

Published in: Zoo Biology · 1989Authors: Robert C LacyAbout: Genetic diversity · Genetic drift · Population genetics · Inbreeding · Genetic variability

Recent breeding history of dog breeds in Sweden: modest

A potential cause of these problems is inbreeding that is known to reduce the viability of individuals. We investigated the possible correlation between recent inbreeding and health problems in dogs and used studbook data from 26 breeds provided by the Swedish Kennel Club for this purpose.

Norwegian Lundehund – Pedigreed Breeds – DogWellNet.com

The Norwegian Lundehund is an ancient dog breed that was used to hunt seabirds along most of the Norwegian coast. The breed name is a combination of the Norwegian words ”lunde” (puffin, Fratercula arctica) and ”hund”, dog.

The Norwegian Lundehund – PLOS – MAFIADOC.COM

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian Lundehund Anne Kettunen1*, Marc Daverdin2, Turid Helfjord3, Peer Berg1 1 The Nordic Genetic Resource Center – NordGen, Ås, Norway, 2 NTNU Museum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, 3 Norsk Hestesenter, Lena

Low neutral genetic variability in a specialist puffin

The current Norwegian Lundehund population is highly inbred and has lost 38.8% of the genetic diversity in the base population. Effective population size estimates varied between 13 and 82

PloS One – Journals – NCBI

Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian Lundehund A Kettunen et al. PLoS One 12 (1), e0170039. 2017 Jan 20.

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Genetiskdiversitet hosNorsk Lundehund – NMBU

Lundehund(n = 17) 0.038 10.52 0.899 2053.1 Buhund(n = 10) 0.230 64.06 0.365 674.0 Islands Fårehund(n = 9) 0.232 62.19 0.389 657.5 Norrbottenspets (n = 12) 0.298 80.18 0.210 190.1 Resultater: SNPs Stronenet al.

Reflections on Saugstad’s “Social Class, Marriage, and

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Marc Daverdin – NTNU

(2018) Modelling Capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) lek sites distribution and their limiting factors in a central Norwegian managed forest landscape. Ornis Norvegica. vol. 41. Kettunen, Anne; Daverdin, Marc; Helfjord, Turid; Berg, Peer. (2017) Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian

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Cross-Breeding Is Inevitable to Conserve the Highly Inbred Population of Puffin Hunter: The Norwegian Lundehund  Kettunen, Anne; Daverdin, Marc; Helfjord, Turid; Berg, Peer (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017) The Norwegian Lundehund is a highly endangered native dog breed. Low fertility and high frequency predisposition to intestinal