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Wool yellowing susceptibility Heritability, genetic and phenotypic correlations with productive traits in Australian Merino, Corriedale and New Zealand Romney sheep



Wool yellowing susceptibility Heritability, genetic and phenotypic correlations with productive traits in Australian Merino, Corriedale and New Zealand Romney sheep



Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 55: 45




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