Intro to Horse Production Week 1

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Intro to Horse Production Week 1
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  1. Gene W
    lacks pigment in skin and hair
  2. Gene G
    excludes pigment from hair
  3. Gene A
    controls distribution of black hair pigment
  4. Gene C
    dilution of hair pigment (will also see Cr) or creme
  5. Gene D
    dilution of hair pigment with dun patterns
  6. Gene TO
    tobiano spotting pattern in hair pigment
  7. Addition gene R
    Roan spotting pattern in hair pigment. It is an inherited dominant gene in horses, however, the gene sequence has yet to be identified. The letter R will be used for purposes in this course
  8. Gene G
    can be expressed with any coat color.
  9. Gene sequence:
    EE, aa
    Black
  10. Gene sequence:
    Ee, aa
    Black
  11. Gene sequence:
    EE, AA
    Bay
  12. Gene sequence:
    Ee, Aa
    Bay
  13. Gene sequence
    ee, aa
    Red (sorrel or chesnut)
  14. Gene sequence:
    EE, AA, DD
    Buckskin Dun
  15. Gene sequence:
    Ee, Aa, Dd
    Buckskin Dun
  16. Gene sequence:
    EE, AA, TOTO
    Bay Tabiano
  17. Gene sequence:
    Ee, Aa, TOto
    Bay Tabiano
  18. Gene sequence:
    EE, AA, CrCr
    Buckskin
  19. Gene sequence:
    Ee, Aa, Crcr
    Buckskin
  20. Gene sequence:
    ee, aa, Cr
    Palomino
  21. Gene sequence:
    EE, aa, DD
    Mouse Dun or Grulla
  22. Gene sequence:
    Ee, aa, Dd
    Mouse Dun or Grulla
  23. Horses have 7 genes but
    coat color depends on which are dominant
  24. Basic horse colors are:
    • Black
    • Red (chesnut; sorrel)
    • Bay (brown)
    • White

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