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Inheritance of the fineness of wool fibres in crossbred sheep



Inheritance of the fineness of wool fibres in crossbred sheep



Dokl Akad. Nauk UZSSE. 8, 55-58



In 3 districts of Uzbekistan Lincoln or Merino rams were used on indigenous fat-rumped ewes. The fineness of the down fibres of the Merino crossbreds was not appreciably different from that of the fat-rumped sheep; it was finer than in those of the Merinos. The down fibres of the Lincoln crossbreds were less fine than those of the fat-rumped sheep or of the Merino crossbreds. The kemp and heterotype fibres of the crossbreds were finer than those of the fat-rumped sheep.

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