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SUBJECT: jabalbarez red goat; gola-drb3 gene; pcr-rflp

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SUBJECT: milk protein; test day model; holstein cow

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SUBJECT: dairy cow; logistic analysis; milk fat depression; stage of lactation

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SUBJECT: bola-drb3.2; iranian; mhc; pcr-rflp; holstein cow

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SUBJECT: barley; taleshi lamb; citrus pulp; degradability

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SUBJECT: energy; japanese quail; protein; performance and carcass characteristics

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SUBJECT: mspi allelic frequency; guilan native cow; third intron; bovine growth hormone; dna polymorphism

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In dairy cattle breeding, in addition to milk yield, consideration of other productive andreproductive traits is necessary. In order to determine optimum Holstein inheritance in Iraniancrossbred dairy cattle, first lactation records of 4917 crossbred dairy cattle collected by AnimalBreeding Center between 1991 to 2007 were utilized. Crossbred cows were consisted of differentHolstein inheritanc ...

SUBJECT: combined traits; crossbreeding; optimum holstein inheritance; dairy cattle

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In this research a random regression test day model was used to estimate genetic parameters andgenetic trend for 305-day milk yield in Iranian Holsteins. A total of 171360 monthly test day milkrecords obtained from 34257 first lactation Iranian Holstein cattle (three times a day milking)distributed in 96 herds and calved from 1999 to 2008, were used. The fixed effects of province-herdyear-seas ...

SUBJECT: genetic trend; holstein cattle; random regression; test-day

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SUBJECT: body weight; iran black sheep; inbreeding

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