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Prenatal growth of some organs in the camel I. Relations between body weight and body length, heart and lung weight



Prenatal growth of some organs in the camel I. Relations between body weight and body length, heart and lung weight



Zentrabl Veterin Armed Reihe A 14(8): 774-776



From 104 camel fetuses of both sexes (51 males, 53 females) and at different stages of development (32 gm -23kg) the body weight and body length, heart and lung weight were estimated and plotted on double logarithmic paper. The equations and standard errors of the estimate are given.

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