Serum Lysozyme Concentrations in Different Sheep Breeds

@inproceedings{Sotirov2005SerumLC,
  title={Serum Lysozyme Concentrations in Different Sheep Breeds},
  author={Lilian Sotirov and Ivan Dimitrov and M. DJORBINEVA},
  year={2005}
}
Four sheep breeds from 3 productive types were included in the study: milk type crossings: Stara Zagora × East-Friesian and (Stara Zagora × East-Friesian) × Black-headed Pleven breed (118 female and 14 male); merino type sheep from the Trakia merino breed (80 female and 9 male); meat type: Ile-de-France breed (107 female) and Charollais breed (107 female). Milk-type lambs were also included (10 males and 19 females). The highest lysozyme concentrations were observed in milk type rams, the… CONTINUE READING

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