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Phenotypic correlations between follicle density, secondary and primary wool fibres with wool fibre diameter, and fleece weight in fine Merino sheep



Phenotypic correlations between follicle density, secondary and primary wool fibres with wool fibre diameter, and fleece weight in fine Merino sheep



Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 25(Supl. 1): SP39




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