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Genetic control of ovulation rate and embryo survival in mice. II. Effects of crossing selected lines



Genetic control of ovulation rate and embryo survival in mice. II. Effects of crossing selected lines



Genetics 63(4): 907-918



Lines selected for ovulation rate (line O) and embryo survival (line E) were crossed reciprocally. Crossbred plus O, E and control (unselected) were mated to of their own line or cross and were killed about 16 days later or were allowed to litter.

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