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Experimental divergent selection on abdominal fat in broilers - parental female and male type lines and their crosses



Experimental divergent selection on abdominal fat in broilers - parental female and male type lines and their crosses



Leanness in domestic birds: genetic, metabolic and hormonal aspects: 71-86



A discussion of previously published results on experiments on White Rock and Cornish fowls.

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