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Abstracts of technical papers presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science (Eastern Branch), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, June 28, 1972


, : Abstracts of technical papers presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Animal Science (Eastern Branch), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, June 28, 1972. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 52(3): 575-579

Abstracts in this section include: Relation of net merit to production proofs in dairy cattle, by E. B. Burnside, M. G. Freeman & T. R. Batra (p.576); Factors affecting protein content of milk by B. O. Esan, J. E. Moxley & H. F. Macrae (p. 576); Regression of progeny performance on pedigree indexes in dairy traits, by M. G. Freeman & E. B. Burnside (p. 576); Parameters for age-adjusted dairy traits, by T. R. Batra & I.

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