1 (6) EWE 0 51 1 49 PGR ([dagger]) DA = days to anthesis, DS = days to silking, PHT = plant height, EHT = ear height, IPRO = prolificacy
index, TII = tiller index, LOD = lodging, RBE = ratio biomass-ear, RBI = residual biomass, ELHT = ear length, GTH = grain thickness, GLE = grain length, GWI = grain width, W100 = weight of 100 kernels, GWE = grain weight per ear, EWE = ear weight, PGR = percentage of grain weight out of ear's total.
Mechanisms of prolificacy
are likely to involve reproductive endocrine factors and genes that have been conserved throughout evolution.
For example, after the switch from hand to machine harvest, starting in the late 1930s, it has been repeatedly shown that prolificacy
is highly and positively correlated with grain yield (Russell, 1984; Carlone and Russell, 1987; Subandi, 1990; Duvick, 1997), although prolificacy
can also be associated with poor stalk strength and standability (Carena et al.
2007a) have shown that the economic values for fertility (conception rate), prolificacy
(number of lambs born) and milk yield was higher for cheese-seller farms than for milk-seller farms.
This result suggests that the age at puberty and prolificacy
have no inevitable association in nature, which, of course, needs further confirmation in other pig breeds.
Growth thresholds for prolificacy
were close to 6 g [d.
Unlike some heritage breed choices, their medium size, reasonable growth rate, prolificacy
, and great mothering skills mean higher ratios of weaned piglets per breeder with lower breeder maintenance costs.
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All of above results revealed the association of INHA to the prolificacy
What is unique here is that Ortega's interest is focused on the repercussions of a highly technical instrumental context for architects, beyond the conventional fascination with formal prolificacy
or the productive efficiency of digital tools.
But the Picasso hype can't just be put down to his prolificacy
This susceptibility comes from an ever increasing pressure to publish for promotions for academicians; and for researchers, prolificacy
, due to the competitive nature of research grants.