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Genes, Volume 11, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 119 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Llamas are invaluable genetic resources of Peru. They are pack animals, and their fiber is used for [...] Read more. Llamas are invaluable genetic resources of Peru. They are pack animals, and their fiber is used for clothing. Despite their importance, their population is decreasing. In this context, the Camelid Germplasm Bank—Quimsachata shelters a collection of llamas from their two phenotypes, Ch'aku and Q'ara, from different regions of Peru. Assessing the genetic variability and differentiation of the llama population from the Germplasm Bank, a high genetic variation was found among individuals, hence evidencing an adequate genetic management to conserve and maintain llama diversity. View this paper.