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Inheritance of nipple numbers in swine and the relationship ta performance



Inheritance of nipple numbers in swine and the relationship ta performance



Res. Bull. Mo. agric. Exp. Sta, 694, 16



The inheritance of nipple numbers in swine was investigated in Landrace, Poland and Duroc inbred lines and in crossbred Landrace x Poland swine. Results indicated that nipple numbers were affected by heredity, as evidenced by an over-all heritability estimate of 39% based on the intra sire regression of offspring on dam, significant breed differences, and 4. 47% heterosis determined by comparing the mean of inbred Landrace and Polands with the mean of the F1 cross.

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