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Skeletal and muscular development in fallow deer


, : Skeletal and muscular development in fallow deer. Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale 12(6): 473-478

For 26 deer, the growth of the neck, foreleg and hindleg muscle groups and 16 constituent muscles, of bone in the neck, foreleg, hindleg and loin, and of 9 individual bones and the 13 ribs was studied using the allometric relationship y = axb, where y = muscle or bone weight, x = total separable lean or total bone, and b = the allometric coefficient.

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