prolificacy


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the property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth

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The continuous variables were days to anthesis, days to silking, plant height, ear height, prolificacy index, tiller index, lodging, grain yield, ratio biomass-ear, residual biomass, ear length, ear diameter, row number, grain thickness, grain length, grain width, weight of 100 kernels, grain weight per ear, ear weight, and percentage of ear weight due to grain.
However, compared with the literature for sheep, there is little information about differences in the patterns of secretion of pituitary gonadotropins or ovarian hormones between goats of different prolificacy.
There is a general agreement that prolificacy in maize is a relatively simply inherited trait; however, no consensus exist about the number of genes and the nature of their expression (Duvick, 1974; Harris et al.
Economic values for ewe prolificacy and lamb survival in New Zealand sheep.
In maize then, ear plasticity, prolificacy, and the threshold [PGR.
The Jining Grey goat is an excellent local breed in China for its preeminent characteristics of sexual precocity, year-round estrus and high prolificacy (China, 2011).
In fact, since this trait can show the total capacity of the ewe in terms of fertility, prolificacy, lamb survival and maternal power, it is considered as one of the major goals to breed them, so that the increase of the number or weight of weaned lambs per ewe (in each lambing) is emphasized (Duguma, Schoeman, Cloete, & Jordaan, 2002).
survive to this day, his prolificacy and repute at the time are some what belied by the lack of surviving facts about him.
With Wheeldon's rate of prolificacy, Fowler can probably count on a job for life, especially given that Wheeldon, a youthful 44, promises many more decades of creating.
Early maturity and high prolificacy are important features of this breed.
A questionnaire was used to collect information and to assess the production parameters including age at first kidding/lambing (months), kidding/lambing rate (%), prolificacy, mortality rate (%), weight of mature breeder males and females (kg); and animal off-take rate (%), milk off-take per lactation.
It's important to separate the wheat from the chaff, however Social network contributors vary in their influence and prolificacy.
For the man last heard on Manic Street Preachers' Futurology album lending his silken vocals to the song Between the Clock and the Bed, there are plans for an autobiography and a new album - the much-anticipated follow-up to 2006's White Bread Black Beer - but of course, for someone whose output has made the Stone Roses appear the fount of all prolificacy, there are no definite release dates.
Polymorphism of prolactin gene and its relationship with prolificacy of Small Tail Han sheep.