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Hybrid vigor in dairy herds by crossing in breed

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W. A. Regan

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California Agriculture 1(5):1-2.

Published April 01, 1947

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Abstract

The generally accepted explanation of hybrid vigor or heterosis in dairy cattle is based on the fact that most of the desirable hereditary factors tend to be dominant, while those less desirable are often recessive or hidden.

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Hybrid vigor in dairy herds by crossing in breed

W. A. Regan
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Hybrid vigor in dairy herds by crossing in breed

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Authors

W. A. Regan

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(5):1-2.

Published April 01, 1947

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Abstract

The generally accepted explanation of hybrid vigor or heterosis in dairy cattle is based on the fact that most of the desirable hereditary factors tend to be dominant, while those less desirable are often recessive or hidden.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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