Subfertile females may have misplaced male DNA

Apr 6, 2012
The genomes of cows who have difficulty reproducing often contain fragments of the male Y chromosome, according to a new study titled “Y are you not pregnant: Identification of Y chromosome segments in female cattle with decreased reproductive efficiency.

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