Coat Color Genetics slides - Fig. 1A - Dominant white (Ww)....

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Fig. 1A - Dominant white (Ww ). This horse has been white from birth. Note pink skin, clearly seen around mouth, nostrils, eyes. Eyes are brown in this horse and most white horses, but occasionally may be blue.
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Fig. 1B - Gray (G). This gray Arabian stallion was foaled a non-gray color and turned white with age. In comparison with Ww horse, note black skin around mouth, nostrils and eyes.
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Fig. 1C - Gray (G) pony mare with her red tobiano foal turning gray ( Gg , ee , TOto ). Note rings around eyes of gray hair interspersed with red color. When mature, it will not be obvious that the foal was red at birth, and the spotting will only be evident as a pink-skinned pattern in the skin
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Fig. 1D - Dark chestnut ( ee ). Arabian mare, Tamasina. For purposes of identification, this color as well as the next two (E, F) are best referred to as red in order to avoid differences in regional and breed specific terminologies for the red series
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ee ). Thoroughbred gelding, Mr. Maz Jr. For identification this color should be
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ANSC 206 taught by Professor Kline during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Coat Color Genetics slides - Fig. 1A - Dominant white (Ww)....

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