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having or making equal angles

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In North America, the division between E and W variation runs on an isogonic line, often referred to as the agonic line, which roughly extends from Minneapolis/St.
The neck cut showed a isogonic behavior, as well as ribs in all treatments (Table 2), that is, these cuts showed a proportional growth to the cold carcass (b = 1), corroborating Rota et al.
However, once the lambs were confined for longer time, growth of this cut became isogonic in the treatment 4.0 mm.
As lambs were confined for longer, this cut presented isogonic growth as seen in the treatment of 4.0 mm.
These same authors observed isogonic growth in finished animals on native and cultivated pasture.
The muscle and the bone had isogonic growth (b = 1), similar to results obtained by Furusho-Garcia et al.
Growth was considered isogonic when b = 1, indicating similar growth rates for X and Y during the analyzed growth interval.
Purebred Santa Ines and Texel x Santa Ines females exhibited coefficients equal to one (Table 1), representing isogonic growth, indicating that the feet/ankles in these lambs grew at a similar rate to the empty body.
Bergamasca x Santa Ines females showed isogonic growth as their allometric coefficient was one (Table 2), thus showing that the heads of these lamb grow at the same rate as the empty body.
Other lamb presented allometric coefficients equal to one (Table 2), indicating that their tails grew at a similar rate to the empty body (isogonic growth).
Trachea/esophagus showed isogonic growth (b = 1), meaning that this component grew at a similar rate to the empty animal, except in the purebred Santa Ines and Texel x Santa Ines males, whose trachea/esophagus grew faster than the empty body (P < 0.05).
In this cartilage, the young chondrocytes, isogonics cells, territorial matrix and interterritorial matrix are distinguishable.