There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep

J.W. Skerritt

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBreeding for Quality and Profit
Place of PublicationAdelaide
PublisherThe Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics
Pages228-232
Volume11
Publication statusPublished - 1995
EventThere is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep -
Duration: 1 Jan 1995 → …

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ConferenceThere is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep
Period1/01/95 → …

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Skerritt, J. W. (1995). There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep. In Breeding for Quality and Profit (Vol. 11, pp. 228-232). Adelaide: The Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
Skerritt, J.W. / There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep. Breeding for Quality and Profit. Vol. 11 Adelaide : The Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 1995. pp. 228-232
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Skerritt, JW 1995, There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep. in Breeding for Quality and Profit. vol. 11, The Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Adelaide, pp. 228-232, There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep, 1/01/95.

There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep. / Skerritt, J.W.

Breeding for Quality and Profit. Vol. 11 Adelaide : The Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 1995. p. 228-232.

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Skerritt JW. There is no benefit in using follicle density, secondary to primary follicle ratio or primary follicle density as additional selection criteria for Merino sheep. In Breeding for Quality and Profit. Vol. 11. Adelaide: The Australian Association of Animal Breeding and Genetics. 1995. p. 228-232