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Multivariate craniometrics of wild banteng, Bos banteng, and five types of native cattle in eastern Asia



Multivariate craniometrics of wild banteng, Bos banteng, and five types of native cattle in eastern Asia



Japanese Journal of Zootechnical Science, 596: 660-672



Multivariate craniometric analyses were performed, using the principal components method, to clarify the relationship between wild banteng and 5 types of Asian native cattle, viz. cattle from Bali, Madura and Aceh in Indonesia, Leyte in the Philippines, and the Korea Republic.

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