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Observation of pelt microstructure of the blue frost fox in different growing periods



Observation of pelt microstructure of the blue frost fox in different growing periods



Journal of Northeast Forestry University 28(2): 35-38



Using scanning and transmission electron microscopy, the histological microstructure of collagenous fibre, elastic fibre and reticular fibre of pelts of the blue frost fox (hybrids of male silver foxes (Vulpes fulvus) and female blue foxes (Alopex lagopus) produced by artificial insemination in Heilongjiang Province, China) at 1, 45, 120 and 210 days old.

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