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Basis and development of genetic improvement in sheep






Memoria del II Curso Bases de la Cria Ovina, Asociacion Mexicana de Especialistas en ovinos: 28-36

Basis and development of genetic improvement in sheep

An account is given of the inheritance of various traits and disorders in sheep, and various methods of selection and genetic improvement are discussed, with special reference to Mexico.


Accession: 001535158



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