Transferrin variation and population differentiation in black-tailed deer Public Deposited

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  • Transferrin of Columbian black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) displayed two types of polymorphism. One type involved differences in sialic acid content. The nature of the other polymorphism is not known. A hypothesis for three codominant alleles at a common locus was proposed and tested by using the Hardy-Weinberg Principle. The tests, as well as consistency in gene frequency from year to year, supported the hypothesis. No differences attributable to sex or age were detected. The genotypic frequencies of transferrins of one population differed significantly in a statistical sense from two other geographic populations studied in western Oregon. Consistency in gene frequency from 1969 to 1970 supported the implication that the three populations were relatively isolated from one another, at least genetically. Significant differences in the frequency of position of the posterior mental foramen also suggested that the populations were relatively isolated. Reports from other workers indicate that Columbian black-tailed deer have limited home ranges. The results of this study are in agreement with these findings.
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