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annotation 10    on Heredetary colour■ of Horses; when forefathers for some generations of same colour, more easily transmitted.    p. 94
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annotation 15 on crossing of animals of 2 colours & offspring taking after one or other    (N.Q)

annotation 34 on handwriting heredetary (Q)t01
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annotation 83 of Hybrid «(N.Q)» canaries «Birds» propagating for 4 generations: inter se?    ‹Q›
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annotation 98    on changes of colour in calves frm parents of two colours, with age (Q)t01
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annotation 107    on stags with one horn, producing a Family of.    Qt01
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