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Table 5 Means and standard errors of CAPN3 two-locus haplotypes and meat tenderness in different breeds

From: Variation at the Calpain 3 gene is associated with meat tenderness in zebu and composite breeds of cattle

Locus Breed No copies1 One copy2 Two copies3
   N4 x5kg SE6 N × kg SE N × kg SE
   No GT haplotypes One GT haplotype Two GT haplotypes
Int17 BRM10 185 0.13 0.06 192 -0.04 0.06 28 -0.10 0.15
Int1 BEL11 28 0.14 0.14 261 0.05 0.05 458 -0.02 0.03
Int1 SGT12 51 -0.06 0.08 282 -0.07 0.04 206 0.12 0.06
   No TG haplotypes One TG haplotype Two TG haplotypes
Int28 BRM 176 0.13 0.07 184 -0.01 0.06 27 -0.23 0.15
Int2 BEL 22 0.23 0.17 212 0.03 0.05 379 -0.01 0.04
Int2 SGT 49 -0.10 0.07 227 -0.07 0.05 211 0.10 0.05
   No GG haplotypes One GG haplotype Two GG haplotypes
Int39 BRM 61 -0.02 0.10 13 -0.29 0.24 276 0.09 0.05
Int3 BEL 24 0.10 0.13 16 0.09 0.15 467 -0.03 0.04
Int3 SGT 22 0.05 0.14 26 -0.08 0.12 354 0.05 0.04
  1. 1No copies of the haplotype for the common allele, 2 one copy of the haplotype for the common allele, 3 two copies of the haplotype of the common allele, 4 N sample size, 5 × average meat tenderness, 6 SE standard error, 7 Int1 haplotype between CAPN3:c.53T>G and CAPN3:c.1538+225G>T, 8 Int2 haplotype between CAPN3:c.1538+225G>T and CAPN3:c.2443-103G>C, 9 Int3 haplotype between CAPN3:c.53T>G and CAPN3:c.2443-103G>C, 10 BRM Brahman, 11 BEL Belmont Red, 12 SGT Santa Gertrudis