Structure of Loci Controlling Complex Blood Group Systems in Cattle
In this report a series of cases of irregular transmission of blood groups of the system B in cattle will be presented. The irregularities are considered to be a result of crossing-over within the chromosomal region which controls this blood group system. On the basis of a series of cases of crossing-over a tentative map is proposed in which a linear order is presented for the genes or gene complexes which control the blood groups of this system.
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