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Hereditary defects with regard to the registration of lethal and semi-lethal factors in cattle



Hereditary defects with regard to the registration of lethal and semi-lethal factors in cattle



Aarsberetn. Inst. SterilitetsforsJcn. K. Vet.- og Landboh<o>jsk. Kbh., 179-238



A brief description is given of defects, the inheritance of which has not been definitely established.

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