red jungle fowl

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: jungle fowl - a jungle fowl of southeastern Asia that is considered ancestral to the domestic fowl
gallina, jungle fowl - small Asiatic wild bird; believed to be ancestral to domestic fowl
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We constructed an unrooted neighbor-joining (NJ) tree of breeds under study including red jungle fowl (G g.
2011) found only neutral mucins in these cells of the red jungle fowl, whereas Inforzato and Sasso (1985) in Columba livia, Imai et al.
One subspecies of the red jungle fowl (Gallus gallus) suffices as the matriarchic ancestor of all domestic breeds.
0 alleles for combined control populations of Red Jungle fowl and two European commercial chickens (Osei-Amponsah et al.
Analyzing the phylogenetic tree constructed using sequences of cyclin D1 from thirteen species revealed four clusters-a cluster consisting of humans and few other Mammals, an isolated cluster of Red Jungle Fowl, a cluster with two species of Amphibians and a cluster of Fish (Figure 2).
Cheng created a genetic map using DNA from progeny of Male #10394--a member of the same Red Jungle Fowl line--and a White Leghorn female from an experimental inbred line of chickens.
In 1928 they were ready to receive the first animals - two Amherst pheasants, a golden pheasant and five red jungle fowl.
Red jungle fowl, ancestors of the domestic chicken, scratch for food on the forest floor, while Gaudi-esque towers of termite mounds provide food for the bad-tempered sloth bear.
We showed that ALV had colonized the host germ line of red jungle fowl before domestication to become chickens but after divergence of the genus Gallus into distinct species.
According to Malcolm Pye, agriculture director for Premier Poulty, they have used research from academics who have travelled to the Far East to study the Red Jungle Fowl, the ancestor of all domestic chickens.
Our comparison is of domestic chickens with their wild ancestor, the red jungle fowl Gallus gallus of Southeast Asia.
Finally, I will report on some recent preliminary results on the relationship among morphology, mating success, and immune system parameters in the system I and colleagues have been working in for some time, captive red jungle fowl.