hucklebone

hucklebone

(ˈhʌkəlˌbəʊn)
n
1. (Anatomy) the anklebone; talus
2. (Anatomy) the hipbone; innominate bone
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Additionally, body measurement traits for all selected individuals were recorded, including body weight, body height, body length, chest circumference, chest depth, chest width, hucklebone width, hip width, and cannon circumference; consequently, body length index, chest circumference index, chest width index, cannon circumference index, huckle bone width index and trunk index, were calculated on the basis of our reported descriptions (Fang et al.
We collected the blood and recorded the body weight, body height, body length, hucklebone width and chest girth of total individuals separately.
Body measurement traits for all selected individuals were measured, including body weight (BW), body height, body length (BL), chest circumference (ChC), chest depth, chest width, hucklebone width (HuW), hip width, and cannon circumference (CaC), according to the method of Gilbert et al.
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Measurements including body weight (BW), body height (BH), body length (BL), chest circumference (ChC), chest depth (ChD), hucklebone width (HuW) and cannon circumference (CaC) were obtained by the standard measurements of meat goat.
Growth traits measured in the Nanyang population were: birth weight, body weight (BW), hucklebone width (HBW), withers height (WH), heart girth (HG), body length (BL), body length index (BLI), heart girth index (HGI) and ratio of heart girth and body length (RHGBL).