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Moav, R., The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Detailed graphic and algebraic procedures were outlined for finding the most profitable parental combination among a group of lines when genetic additivity of component traits is assumed. Profit was expressed as a linear function of productivity and a reciprocal function of reproductivity. The non-linearity and the unequal contributions to profit of the sire and dam lines were exploited in order to minimise both reproduction and production costs. © 1966, British Society of Animal Science. All rights reserved.
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Specialised sire and dam lines. II. The choice of the most profitable parental combination when component traits are genetically additive
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Moav, R., The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Specialised sire and dam lines. II. The choice of the most profitable parental combination when component traits are genetically additive
Detailed graphic and algebraic procedures were outlined for finding the most profitable parental combination among a group of lines when genetic additivity of component traits is assumed. Profit was expressed as a linear function of productivity and a reciprocal function of reproductivity. The non-linearity and the unequal contributions to profit of the sire and dam lines were exploited in order to minimise both reproduction and production costs. © 1966, British Society of Animal Science. All rights reserved.
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