Lista completa de genes del color del manto del conejo.

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Se conocen 11 grupos de genes del color en  onejos. Son A, B, C, D, E, En, Du, Si, V, W y P. También existen las formas recesivas de dichos genes. Además existen modificadores, que como su nombre indica modifican ciertos genes. Por ejemplo los modificadores rufous, los intensificadores del color y los sobre/minus modificadores.

 

El pelo de un conejo sólo tiene dos pigmentos: amarillo y marrón oscuro. También puede no presentar pigmento alguno, causando un coneo albino.

 

Lista completa de genes del color del manto del conejo.

 

 

  • A - Agutí (Agouti): light eye circles, belly, and triangles. Has banding on hair shaft. Chestnut, Opal, Orange, Lynx, Chinchilla

 

  • at - Patrón fuego (Tan Pattern): Solid color, has tan, fawn, or white eye circles, belly, and triangles. Silver Martin, Tan, Otter

 

  • a - Sólido (Self): No banding on hair shaft, one color throughout Blue, Chocolate, Black, Tort

 

  • B - Negro (Black) When present with Agouti gene, causes a black band, when present with the Self gene, produces one solid color. Black, Chestnut

 

  • b - Chocolate: With Agouti, makes the black band brown, when present with the Self gene, makes solid chocolate instead of black. Chocolate, Lynx

 

  • C - Color completo (Full Color): All four dark brown and all three yellow pigments bands to be present. Completely dominant. Any color except Chinchilla (light or dark) or REW.

 

  • c ch3 - Chinchilla oscuro (Dark Chinchilla): Same as full color, except only one yellow pigment band. Dominant over cch2 , c ch1 , c ch , and c. Denoted by some breeders as cchd (“dark chinchilla”), however this is not correct according to the Genetic Society of America. Chinchilla, Squirrel Rabbit Genes.

 

  • c ch2 - Chinchilla claro (Light Chinchilla): Slight reduction in dark brown

    pigment creating a more sepia tone in the fur

    rather than black. No yellow pigment has been
    observed. Denoted by some breeders as cchm
    (“medium chinchilla”), however this is not correct
    according to the recommendations of the Genetic
    Society of America.
    Some chinchillas, especially in
    colder climates, may be of
    this genotype. However, it is
    not preferred.

     

  • cch1 - Sombreado/Chinchilla claro (Shaded/Pale Chinchilla): Only allows two dark brown pigments and no yellow pigments, which lightens
    the color. Incompletely dominant, is dominant over
    only the ch and c genes. Denoted by some breeders
    as cchl (“light chinchilla”, or “shaded”), however
    these nomenclatures are not correct according to
    the recommendations of the Genetic Society of
    America.
    Sable Point, Siamese Sable,
    Smoke Pearl

 

 

  • ch Himalaya (Himalayan/Pointed White): Causes the color to be only on the "points"; ears, nose, feet, and tail. Can
    produce red eyes. Dominant only over the c gene.
    Pointed White, Himalayan,
    Californian

 

 

  • c - Albino (REW): Stops all color from being expressed.
    Produces a white rabbit with red eyes.
    Ruby-eyed White

 

 

  • D Color denso (Dense Coat): Full color, much like the dominant C
    gene. Eyes are brown.
    Orange, Chestnut, Tort

 

 

  • d - Color diluído (Dilute): Much like its name, it dilutes the color (e.g.
    Black to Blue, Chocolate to Lilac, etc.). Eyes: Bluegray
    Cream, Lilac, Blue, Opal

 

 

  • ED - Negro dominante (Dominant Black): Exactly like it’s name, it is
    completely dominant and will turn even a
    chestnut/agouti into a black looking rabbit.
    Common in Havanas, English
    Spots

 

 

  • Es Acero (Steel): When Agouti is present, covers up the
    middle band of dark pigment and darkens the eye
    circles, belly, and triangles. Lesser variant of
    Dominant Black, it leaves a ticking effect.
    Gold Tipped Steels, Blue
    Tipped Steels

 

 

  • E - Extensión normal (Normal Extension): Works with the C loci, lets the
    dark brown pigment be fully expressed
    Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac,
    Siamese Sable

     

     

  • ej - Arlequín/Japonés (Japanese Brindling): Works with Agouti to allow the
    dark brown and yellow pigments to stay in
    separate areas instead of on the same hair shaft
    (like a mosaic).
    Harlequin, Tri-Color, Magpie

 

 

  • e - No extensión (Non-Extension): Works with the C loci and modifiers
    to remove most or all of the dark pigment leaving
    only the yellow pigment.
    Red, Orange, Fawn, Cream

 

 

  • En - Roto (Broken/English Spotting): Causes white spots within the
    solid color, also called Broken. Works with the
    plus/minus modifiers to intensify or decrease the
    amount of white.
    English Spot, Tri-color, any
    Broken EnEn = "Charlie", too
    much white

 

 

  • en - Color liso (Self-Colored): Normal color, no white spots Any selfs.
    Enen = normal broken,
    enen=self.

 

 

  • Du - Ausencia de Patrón Holandés (Absence of Dutch Pattern): Causes a "normal"
    colored rabbit, no partial white/color pattern.

 

 

  • dud - Patrón Holandés oscuro (Dutch Pattern (dark)): Causes a pattern where there
    is a white triangle on the face, white belt around
    the middle, and white boots on the back feet.
    Dutch

 

 

  • duw - Patrón Holandés (blanco) (Dutch Pattern (white)): Causes a pattern with a very
    white body and not much color, color usually on
    the face and lower rump area.
    Used in dwarf hotots

 

 

  • V - Ausencia de Vienna blanco (Absence of Vienna White): "normal" colored rabbit.
    VV will result in a "normal" rabbit.
    Vv = patches of white like the
    dutch pattern

 

 

  • v - Vienna blanco (Vienna White): Causes a white rabbit with blue eyes. vv = Blue Eyed White (BEW)

 

 

  • W - Banda normal (Normal Width): Normal coloring, allows the middle
    yellow or white band to remain the same.
    Agouti, Chinchilla

 

 

  • w - Banda ancha (Wideband): Allows the middle yellow or white band
    to double, which colors the agouti pattern areas
    (triangles, eye circles, and belly).
    New Zealand Red, Thrianta

 

 

  • Si - No plateado (Non-Silvering): Has no effect on color Basically all rabbits

 

 

  • si - Plateado (Silver): Creates silver-white tipped hairs and silverwhite
    hairs that intermingle with the normal
    colored hairs in the coat.
    Silver Martin, Silver Fox

 

 

  • P Sin mutación P (No lutino) (No P Mutation): No effect on color Basically all rabbits

 

 

  • p - Mutación P (Lutino) (P Mutation): Decreases dark brown pigment and
    changes eyes to pink. Lutino, Shaddow

"Fuente: La Fraga - criador de Holandés Enano y Teddy Bear. www.lafraga.jimdo.com"