We received the news that the DNA samples arrived safely at the lab!
The Committee of ALBS of Australia is notifying their members, who wish to participate in this research, that they can send feathers directly to them.
Mr. Benny Rustam is willing to coordinate the collection of feathers in Indonesia. Breeders can contact him via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Florian Gouze is willing to coordinate the collection of feathers in France through Association des Éleveurs et Passionnés d’Agapornis. You can contact him via
BVA Portugal also cooperates with our DNA research. Mr. Carlos Macedo will coordinate, collect the feathers and then forward them to O-G. You can contact
We have created a separate page where you can follow the progress of this research. You can also see which organizations have registered and which
ACP is collecting feathers for our research. We really appreciate this!!
The BVA-International webinars are over. It was awesome. Being able to talk again with friends on the other side of the world, I really enjoyed
We are planning for a comprehensive genetic study of all color mutations in the genus Agapornis. We start with a few basic mutants and in
FAQ: Is the difference between eumelanin and phaeomelanin visible on cross sections of feathers? Yes, that difference is clearly visible provided the cross-sections are made
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