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Quantitative observations on pig embryos of known ages

  • A. W. Marrable (a1) and R. R. Ashdown
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0021859600019134
  • Published online: 01 March 2009
Abstract

1. The lengths and weights of 241 pig embryos, aged 26–109 days, were recorded; the pregnant sows were from a mixed herd of Landrace, Large White and Wessex stock and some of their crosses.

2. An empirical linear regression of length on age was estimated (equation 1); the relation between weight and age was represented by a polynomial weight and age was represented by a polynomial (equation 2).

We thank Mr A. S. Cray and the other directors of Unigate Ltd. for giving us the pigs; Mr P. Sedgewick of that Company gave us excellent co-operation. Prof. C. W. Ottaway and Dr P. Radford helped us throughout the investigation.

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