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Sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths: research geneticists view


Journal of Dairy Science 71(7): 1993-2000
Sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths: research geneticists view
A discussion. The sire-daughter path of genetic improvement dominates the dam-daughter path. Within-herd management practices intended to increase genetic progress should therefore concentrate on the sire-daughter path.

Accession: 001684658

DOI: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(88)79771-4

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