The muscle and the bone had isogonic growth (b = 1), similar to results obtained by Furusho-Garcia et al.
0 mm, and in the other treatments, as well as the subcutaneous fat, it obtained isogonic growth.
The bone showed isogonic growth until slaughtering lambs with 3.
0 mm thickness of subcutaneous fat showed isogonic behavior for all tissues evaluated.
Bergamasca x Santa Ines females showed isogonic growth as their allometric coefficient was one (Table 2), thus showing that the heads of these lamb grow at the same rate as the empty body.
Trachea/esophagus showed isogonic growth (b = 1), meaning that this component grew at a similar rate to the empty animal, except in the purebred Santa Ines and Texel x Santa Ines males, whose trachea/esophagus grew faster than the empty body (P < 0.
this organ grew faster than the empty body, except in Ile de France x Santa Ines males and Texel x Santa Ines females, who showed isogonic growth.
this organ showed isogonic growth, meaning that it grew at a rate similar to the empty body.