The Appreciation of the Special Combinative Capacity at Three Rabbit Populations from Timiş County, for Corporal Mass of the Descendants at Birth

Dorel Dronca, Nicolae Păcală, Ioan Bencsik, Marian Bura, Teofil Oroian, Vasile Cighi, Mihaela Ivancia, Gabi Dumitrescu, Adela Marcu, Daniela Goina, Ada Cean, Liliana Boca

Abstract


Non additive genetic component that is the base of a quantitative character has no predictability, this is the reason for which the present paper is proposing to appreciate the special combinatory capacity for corporal mass of the descendants at birth in a specific crossing scheme combining three rabbit breeds common in Timis county breeders New Zealand White, Large Chinchilla and Californian. The data obtained, statistic presented prove a good special combinative capacity for this character, reason for which the crossing scheme is recommended for producing meat individuals destined for slaughterhouses. This scheme provides an exploitation of the high fervency of the heterozygote at maternal forms and at the final hybrids.


Keywords


crossing; hybrids; special combinative capacity

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LUCRARI STIINTIFICE ZOOTEHNIE SI BIOTEHNOLOGII (SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ANIMAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES)

ISSN print 1841 - 9364
ISSN online 2344 - 4576
ISSN-L  1841 - 9364
(former ISSN 1221-5287, E-ISSN 1841-9364)

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