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Genomic Analyses for Selective Signatures and Genes Involved in Hot Adaptation Among Indigenous Chickens From Different Tropical Climate Regions

Genomic Analyses for Selective Signatures and Genes Involved in Hot Adaptation Among Indigenous Chickens From Different Tropical Climate Regions

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XU, Nai-Yi, Zhen-Yu LIU, Qi-Meng YANG, Pei-Pei BIAN, Ming LI, Xin ZHAO, 2022. Genomic Analyses for Selective Signatures and Genes Involved in Hot Adaptation Among Indigenous Chickens From Different Tropical Climate Regions. In: Frontiers in Genetics. Frontiers Media. 13, 906447. eISSN 1664-8021. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fgene.2022.906447

@article{Xu2022-07-22Genom-58466, title={Genomic Analyses for Selective Signatures and Genes Involved in Hot Adaptation Among Indigenous Chickens From Different Tropical Climate Regions}, year={2022}, doi={10.3389/fgene.2022.906447}, volume={13}, journal={Frontiers in Genetics}, author={Xu, Nai-Yi and Liu, Zhen-Yu and Yang, Qi-Meng and Bian, Pei-Pei and Li, Ming and Zhao, Xin}, note={Article Number: 906447} }

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