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A note on a simple criterion for choosing among sample joints for use in double sampling


Animal Production 36(3): 493-495
A note on a simple criterion for choosing among sample joints for use in double sampling
A simple criterion is described for selecting which of a number of sample joints estimates most precisely for a given cost (T) the mean lean percentage of a population of carcasses, using double sampling.


Accession: 001039088

DOI: 10.1017/S0003356100010552



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