When we search for the meaning of wild type in a dictionary, it usually says: “The wild type (WT) is the phenotype of the typical
This afternoon we had a follow-up to our webinar of March 19 about Non-Mendelian inheritance and epigenetic change in colour mutations in birds (Aves). We
FAQ: is it possible that the “goldenface” budgerigar [Melopsittacus undulatus] is genetically identical with the bl1-bl2/bl1 Agapornis fischeri (*aqua* phenotypes) ? That is possible. We
FAQ: What about *pallid* Agapornis fischeri? The first reports we received about the possible existence of a *pallid* Agapornis fischeri originate from 2016. Now a
We just started with DNA extraction to examine the blue locus in genus Agapornis.
Global Big Day is an annual celebration of birds that you can be a part of from anywhere—even from home! On May 8th, take a
Study of the presence of pheomelanin in parakeet feathers By Dirk Van den Abeele Ornitho-Genetics VZW MUTAVI, Research & Advice Group Published online 30/3/2021 The
FAQ: How many chromosomes has Erythrura gouldiae? As far as we know there was no specific research to the number of chromosome in Goudian finch.
This afternoon I was invited as a guest speaker in a webinar on Non-Mendelian inheritance and epigenetic change in colour mutations in birds (Aves). Thanks
FAQ: How to distinguish between the different fallow types in genus Agapornis? The existing fallow types In genus Agapornis are subdivided into a preliminary list
A few weeks ago, I was approached by Florian Gouze (France) who had reservations by the* AR grey* Agapornis roseicollis, a mutation that has been
A more extensive and detailed version of this article has been published in the BVA-International magazine of June 2021 In search of the genetic background