Zmienność genu hormonu wzrostu i jego związek z cechami budowy ciała i użytkowości mięsnej = Variability of growth hormone gene and its association with growth of body and meat production

Angelika Habel, Milena Górecka, Oliwia Duszyńska-Stolarska, Sławomir Mroczkowski

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Habel Angelika, Górecka Milena, Duszyńska-Stolarska Oliwia, Mroczkowski Sławomir. Zmienność genu hormonu wzrostu i jego związek z cechami budowy ciała i użytkowości mięsnej = Variability of growth hormone gene and its association with growth of body and meat production. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(6):313-320. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI 10.5281/zenodo.18625

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Zmienność genu hormonu wzrostu i jego związek z cechami budowy ciała i użytkowości mięsnej

Variability of growth hormone gene and its association with growth of body and meat production

Angelika Habel, Milena Górecka, Oliwia Duszyńska-Stolarska, Sławomir Mroczkowski1

Zakład Genetyki i Podstaw Hodowli Zwierząt, Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Przyrodniczy im. Jana i Jędrzeja Śniadeckich w Bydgoszczy1

 

Streszczenie:

Rozwój genetyki molekularnej umożliwił wytypowanie genów odpowiedzialnych
za regulacje wzrostu i rozwoju organizmu. Genem kandydującym, którego produkt białkowy uczestniczy w licznych procesach zachodzących w komórkach ciała, oddziałując
na wzrost i metabolizm mięśni szkieletowych, kości, chrząstek i tkanki tłuszczowej jest gen hormonu wzrostu (GH). Wielu badaczy podejmowało i  nadal podejmuje trud ustalenia jego wpływu na cechy budowy ciała i użytkowości mięsnej. Liczne badania wskazują na istnienie zależności  między polimorfizmem genu GH a produkcją mięsa oraz budową ciała m. in. u świń, bydła, owiec i kóz.

 

Słowa kluczowe: gen hormonu wzrostu, somatotropina, polimorfizm GH.

 

Summary:

The development of molecular genetics has allowed predicting genes responsible for regulating growth and development. Candidate gene whose protein product is involved
in many processes occurring in the cells of the body, affecting on the growth and metabolism
of the skeletal muscle, bone, cartilage and fat cells is a gene of growth hormone (GH). Many researchers undertook and continue to take the trouble to determine its impact on the features of body growth and  meat production. Many study suggest a relationship between GH gene polymorphism and the features of meat production  and growth traits in pigs, cattle, sheep and goats.

 

Key words: growth hormone gene, somatotropin, GH polymorphism.


Keywords


gen hormonu wzrostu; somatotropina; polimorfizm GH, growth hormone gene, somatotropin, GH polymorphism.

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