Articles | Volume 58, issue 2
27 Jul 2015
 | 27 Jul 2015

Comparison of inference methods of genetic parameters with an application to body weight in broilers

G. Maniatis, N. Demiris, A. Kranis, G. Banos, and A. Kominakis

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