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Changes of wool fibres and skin histology with age


Ovtsevodstvo (6): 33-34
Changes of wool fibres and skin histology with age
For fine/coarse-wooled crossbred ewes with some Lincoln Longwool or Romney Marsh inheritance (20 per group), which had wool quality at birth of 50s, 56s, 58s and 60s, the percentage at 18 months of age with 58s quality was 0, 0, 20 and 30 resp., with 56s quality 0, 65, 65 and 70, with 50s quality 70, 25, 15 and 0, with 48s quality 20, 10, 0 and 0, and with 46s quality 10, 0, 0 and 0.


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