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- Fisher, P.J., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of dairy science 2009 v.92 no.1 pp. 369-374
- dairy cattle; dairy herds; single nucleotide polymorphism; genetic variation; genotype; parentage; microsatellite repeats; genetic markers; alleles; gene frequency; calving rate; dairy herd management; New Zealand
- ... New platforms utilizing single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) offer operational advantages over the conventional microsatellite-based ones, making them a promising alternative for parentage exclusion. Through simulation and empirical data, a 40-SNP panel (where the minor allele frequency was 0.35 on average) was shown to be a comparable or better diagnostic tool than the current 14-microsatellite ...
- Fisher, P.J.
- New phytologist 1996 v.132 no.1 pp. 119-122
- life cycle (organisms); Stagonospora; Pteridium aquilinum; colonizing ability; endophytes; saprophytes; leaves; plant density; geographical variation; host specificity; ferns and fern allies; seasonal variation; population density; pathogenicity; England; Hungary; Australia
- Fisher, P.J., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Microbial ecology 2001 v.42 no.4 pp. 506-512
- Alnus glutinosa; Hyphomycetes; Neonectria ditissima; anamorphs; biomass production; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; fungi; leaves; microbial growth; monoclonal antibodies; pathogens; roots; teleomorphs; trees
- ... : A genus-specific monoclonal antibody, NG-CF10, raised in a previous study to the fungal pathogen Nectria galligena, was found to recognize the aquatic hyphomycete Heliscus lugdunensis (anamorph) and its teleomorph Nectria lugdunensis. Using this MAb in a plate trapped antigen- ELISA we could detect and determine the biomass of Heliscus lugdunensis in mixed assemblages in both naturally occurring ...