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Inherited and non-inherited pathological conditions and diseases in livestock

Inherited and non-inherited pathological conditions and diseases in livestock

Vet. Glasn, 12: 317-328

Brief descriptions are given of inherited anomalies, including those that are semi-lethal, which affect the various species of livestock; 52 inherited lethal characters are listed with the species they affect. The principles of dominant and recessive modes of inheritance are briefly described.

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