Studies provide data on turkey genome, ID collars

09/21/2010 | Deccan Herald (India)

Virginia researchers were able to map almost 90% of the turkey genome, which could lead to advances in bird fertility, production rates and meat quality. Separately, a study published in the JAVMA suggested that putting identification collars on some of the nation's 88 million felines might help increase the number of shelter cats returned to their owners.

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