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Centric fusion in Santa Gertrudis breed


, : Centric fusion in Santa Gertrudis breed. XIV International Congress of Genetics, Moscow, 21-30 August 1978 Contributed paper sessions Abstracts Part I Continuation, Sections 13-20: 500

A survey of a Santa Gertrudis herd revealed 3 bulls that were carriers of the 1/29 centric fusion.

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