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Relationships between polymorphic types of milk proteins and of transferrin with total protein content of blood serum and age at 1st calving in cattle



Relationships between polymorphic types of milk proteins and of transferrin with total protein content of blood serum and age at 1st calving in cattle



Zapiski Leningradskogo Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta 272: 32-38, 88



Data on blood serum protein contents are tabulated for groups of Russian Black Pied and Ayrshire cows on 4 farms in Leningrad region classified according to AA, AB and BB genotypes of beta - and kappa -casein and beta -lactoglobulin, and AA, DD, EE, AD, DE and AE types of transferrin.

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