The Influence of the Male on Litter Sizes


A common belief among practical breeders is that the male in multiparous species affects the number at a birth. This belief has even permeated scientific writing; many biologist apparently taking the supposed observation at face value, while others have sought biometrical proof in the various accumulations of the data regarding fertility inheritance found in biological records

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This paper was published in University of Northern Iowa.

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