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Effect of accounting for different phenotypic variances by sire breed and sex on selection of sires on expected progeny differences for 200- and 365-day weights



Effect of accounting for different phenotypic variances by sire breed and sex on selection of sires on expected progeny differences for 200- and 365-day weights



Journal of Animal Science 73: 89-99




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