Coat Color

Some articles on coat color, coat, colors, color, coats, coat colors:

Smoky Black
... Smoky black is a hair coat color of horses in which the coat is either black or a few shades lighter than true black ... (single copy) cream gene on an underlying black coat color ... Therefore, smoky black is a member of the cream family of coat color dilutions, and found in horse populations that have other cream gene-based colors such as palomino, buckskin, perlino and cremello ...
Calico Cat - Genetics
... larger the patches of ginger and dark-or-tabby coat ... tortoiseshell usually has small patches of color or even something like a salt-and-pepper sprinkling ... She observed this in the coat color patterns in mice ...
White Shepherd - Genetics
... There are many misconceptions about white-coat German Shepherd Dogs and the gene that expresses for their coat color ... Little's The Inheritance of Coat Color in Dogs hypothesized that dilution or partial albinism ce, ca and cch alleles of the so-called (C) gene caused ... Little's hypothesized partial albinism explanation for cream and white colored coats has been applied across most domestic dog breeds, including white coat dogs from German Shepherd breed lines, since Little ...
Equine Coat Color
... Horses exhibit a diverse array of coat colors and distinctive markings ... While most horses remain the same color throughout life, a few, over the course of several years, will develop a different coat color from that with which they ... present at birth, and the underlying skin color of a horse does not change, absent disease ...
Seal Brown (horse) - Terminology
... Non-horse people often refer to many horse coat colors as "brown," in particular the bay color ... is that lay observers will refer to a horse's coat color to be "brown" due to a lack of vocabulary, and those discussing large populations of horses will use "brown" out of a need for a more specific ... preferable when discussing this specific coat color ...

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