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carcass, carcase

1.The framework of a building before the addition of sheathing or other covering.
2. The frame or main parts of a structure unfinished and unornamented, lacking masonry, brickwork, floors, carpentry, plastering, inside trim, etc.
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From the results of presented study it is concluded that supplementation of diets until 6 per cent of poultry fat could improve the performance and carcass traits of broiler chicks.
Genetic relationship between growth and carcass traits in Large White pigs.
In Table 2, the genotypes of 232 individuals were compared with the phenotypic data for 7 carcass traits and 6 intramuscular fatty acid compositions.
0% were excluded in the association analysis of diplotypes and carcass traits.
The objectives of this study were to analyze the effects of SNPs on fourteen beef quality and carcass traits in seven epigenetic-related genes (four DNA methyltransferases genes, namely DNMT1, DNMT3a, DNMT3b, DNMT3L; two argonaute genes argonaute RISC catalytic component 1 [Agol] and Ago2; and histone deacetylase 5 gene [HDAC5]) and the two beef quality candidate genes (CAPN1 and PRKAG3), and to develop potential markers for improvement of meat quality traits in Snow Dragon beef cattle.
Genetic association of Phosphodiesterase 1B (PDE1B) with carcass traits in Korean cattle.
A total of 612 Korean cattle (known as Hanwoo in Korea), bred in Gyeungbuk, Korea, were considered in this study for data on genotypes and carcass traits.
This study showed that the selection of specific carcass traits led to a strong correlated response of traits related to lean productivity.
The summary of the mean carcass traits for the rats on the seven dietary treatments is as shown in Table 4.
Study of the polymorphism at the 5'flanking region of the ovine IGF-I Gene and its association with carcass traits in Zel (tailed) and Lori-Bakhtiari (fat-tailed) breed sheep using PCR-SSCP.
Additional findings showed that early-weaned steers reached maturity sooner than traditionally weaned steers when weight gain, feedlot performance, and carcass traits were measured.
This allowed the majority of cows to be mated with a bull that had good carcass traits.