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
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? Read update of 17/01/2022 The first reports we received about the possible existence of a *pallid* Agapornis fischeri originate
We just started with DNA extraction to examine the blue locus in genus Agapornis.
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 Chloebia 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