‘Lurcher’, a new gene in linkage group XI of the house mouse
Lurcher, Lc, a new mutant of the house mouse with neuromuscular action, is semidominant and is lethal in the homozygote, which dies soon after birth. The cause of death is not known. It is in Linkage Group XI, lying about 8 centimorgans beyondwaved-1 with respect toWhite. Lurcher females have smaller litters.
KeywordsLitter Size House Mouse Neuromuscular Action Nation Nation Average Litter Size
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