Haemoglobin Type and Reproductive Performance in Australian Merino Sheep

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Two haemoglobin types can readily be distinguished in sheep and have been shown to be simply inherited1.

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EVANS, J., TURNER, H. Haemoglobin Type and Reproductive Performance in Australian Merino Sheep. Nature 207, 1396–1397 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2071396a0

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