Tue Aug 21, 2018 12:21 pm
Wed Aug 22, 2018 12:47 am
Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:00 am
Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:08 am
Lake Mousery wrote:Hi,
So a Black Dutch is: a/a B/* C/* D/* s/s. The gene creating Dutch is s/s, it is recessive piebald that formulates the pattern for a Dutch.
A Colorpoint Beige is a Siamese and Beige mouse, which is a/a B/* c^e/c^h D/* S/s. I am not sure why you put heterozyg. I think you mean heterogeneous, which is not necessary because Colorpoint Beige is a variation in itself.
Ok, so for carrying recessives:
Male: e, b, d
Female: d, c^ch, c^h, c, p
From the pictures, they look like Normal Black mice with white hairs- some already with hair and some growing hair. I do not think they are Hairless or Sepia mice. So it seems all of your mice are Normal Black with recessives. Your Dutch mouse was probably a/a B/b C/C D/d E/e S/S.
There you go.
Wed Aug 22, 2018 2:24 pm
Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:42 pm
Lake Mousery wrote:No problem. WoodWitch is correct that the mice that have partially naked fur are Rex coats. Further supported in the last picture. I forgot Rex is a dominant gene, I only breed Normal and Satin coats so I forgot about it.
What is SH or Nude? Do you mean hairless? Nunu does not look like a hairless. Beige Rex if I had to guess. You can use this website to easily calculate the genotypes of the offspring: http://scienceprimer.com/punnett-square-calculator
Mouse genetic links:
http://www.informatics.jax.org/wksilver ... e1-1.shtml
Wed Aug 22, 2018 9:08 pm
Haha yeah, alright!
SH just means Short Hair.
Well here in Europe/Denmark we use Nude (or Nunu) for my type of mouse, so hairless to Rex I would guess. It's impossible to find a good quality Rex here (or Astrex & Texel for that matter) so they probably gave it "the same name" since it's hard to differentiate them.
Awesome links, thanks a lot. :-)
And thanks again, now I know what to write when they'll be old enough to be sold haha.
Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:43 pm