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Volume 127, Number 4, August 2010

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Candidate genes turning sour
pp. 253-254(2)
Author: Mäki-Tanila, Asko

Contributions of genetic and environmental components to changes in phenotypic variation between generations
pp. 255-260(6)
Authors: Wolc, A.; White, I.M.S.; Lisowski, M.; Hill, W.G.

Comparison of repeatability and multiple trait threshold models for litter size in sheep using observed and simulated data in Bayesian analyses
pp. 261-271(11)
Authors: Mekkawy, W.; Roehe, R.; Lewis, R.M.; Davies, M.H.; Bünger, L.; Simm, G.; Haresign, W.

Random regression model estimation of genetic parameters for show-jumping results of Hungarian Sporthorses
pp. 280-288(9)
Authors: Posta, J.; Malovhr, S.; Mihók, S.; Komlósi, I.

Crossbreeding effects on milk yield traits and calving interval in spring-calving dairy cows
pp. 300-307(8)
Authors: Penasa, M.; López-Villalobos, N.; Evans, R.D.; Cromie, A.R.; Dal Zotto, R.; Cassandro, M.

The phylogeographic system survey of native sheep breeds in the eastern and southern Central Asia
pp. 308-317(10)
Authors: Sun, W.; Chang, H.; Tsunoda, K.; Musa, H.H.; Yang, Z.P.; Ma, Y.H.; Guan, W.J.

An association study of 20 candidate genes with cryptorchidism in Siberian Husky dogs
pp. 327-331(5)
Authors: Zhao, X.; Du, Z.-Q.; Rothschild, M.F.

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