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Hulun:

see HailarHailar
, city (1994 est. pop. 192,400), Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region., China, on the Hailar (Argun) River. It is an agricultural production center on the Chinese Eastern RR.
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A total of 48 samples of naturally fermented cabbage (each ternary sample from 16 places, including Heihe (HH), Hulun Buir (HLBE), Qiqihar (QQHE), Daqing (DQ), Jiamusi (JMS), Baicheng (BC), Songyuan (SY), Mudanjiang (MDJ), Changchun (CC), Gongzhuling (GZHL), Yanbian (YB), Fuxin (FX), Anshan (AS), Chaoyang (CY), Dandong (DD) and Dalian (DL) ) were collected in the three northeastern provinces from north to south according to their geographical positions and climate features.
aries breeds indigenous to China, the Altay sheep, Shandong large-tailed sheep, and small-tailed Hulun Buir sheep, which were of the fat-rump tailed, fat-tailed, and small-tailed varieties, respectively.
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