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Vorträge über Viehzucht und Rassenkenntnis
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Berlin, Wiegandt & Hempel, 1872-1880
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top-margin annotation in pale pencil Horn of Sheep ‹& P›
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lines 1—13 annotation now so many no such need
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lines 9—17 annotation False tht Chili ones are crss betwn goat & sheep

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lines 11—9 annotation Swine distinct .

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lines 5—9 annotation ♀ more like
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line 12 underline "welches ... Universellen"
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top-marginline 11 annotation can Long Horns be Reversion to wild state ? — See Antelopes
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lines 16—22 annotation castration stops Horn in Sheep (a)
whole-margin annotation (a) Is there not here curious relation & evidence of Horns retaining more of S. Sex. charcter than in cows — in as much as th ♀ of some breeds have no horns ? In Merino in which ♂ alone are horned, castration ought to produce gretest effect. How with Welsh sheep on both sexes,— but then they are ⧟
     castrated rather late — th effect may be known when done earlier —

from End Note annotation 64—t01 Horns of Sheep castrtn Q
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lines 11—19 annotation Food makes differences of period when adult character attained
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top-margin annotation (a) Early & late maturit depend in part on food of pregnnt mothr & milk ,& partly on race.—

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lines 3—7 annotation Treatment alters period of gestation
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lines 13—6 annotation related to early maturity & 1/2 breeds show hereditary
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top-margin annotation individuals differ in profiting by same amount of food. —

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line 12 underline "Individualpotenz"
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top-marginline 3 annotation individuals «of same race» transmit with greater power

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annotation p 8.
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annotation 64—t01 Horns of Sheep castrtn Q
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annotation 135
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