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Relationship between wool length and other wool production traits

, : Relationship between wool length and other wool production traits. Ovtsevodstvo (6): 26-28

In 3210 Beskaragai Merino ewes, staple length ranged from 7.0 cm (in 28.0% of ewes) to 10.0 cm (in 0.5%) on the flank, from 5.0 cm (in 3.0%) to 9.0 cm (in 0.1%) on the back, and from 3.5 cm (in 2.6%) to 7.5 cm (in 0.6%) on the belly. Staple length on the flank was highly significantly correlated with that on the back (0.57) and belly (0.31), and staple length on the back with that on the belly (0.37).


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