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Genetic improvement of wool production with special reference to wool for clothing



Genetic improvement of wool production with special reference to wool for clothing



II Seminario sobre Mejoramiento Genetico en Lanares, Piriapolis, Uruguay, 1992: 63-82



A review on the genetic improvement of fleece weight, wool fineness, clean wool yield, staple length and wool colour in sheep.

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