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- Waaij, E.H. van der; Hanotte, O.; Arendonk, J.A.M. van; Kemp, S.J.; Kennedy, D.; Gibson, J.P.; Teale, A.
- Livestock production science 2003 v.84 no.3 pp. 219-230
- Boran; Glossina; Trypanosoma congolense; anemia; body weight changes; cattle; heritability; livestock production; parasites; phenotypic correlation; purebreds; trypanosomiasis; trypanotolerance
- ... Some West African Bos taurus cattle breeds such as the N’Dama and a number of West African Shorthorns are resistant to tsetse fly-transmitted trypanosomosis. The trait is termed trypanotolerance, for which changes in packed red cell volume percent (PCV) and growth rate following infection are generally considered to be indicators. An F22 population was created with the N’Dama and the Kenyan Boran ...