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n. pl. zo·om·e·tries
Measurement and comparison of the sizes and proportions of animals or animal parts.
zo′o·met′ric (-ə-mĕt′rĭk), zo′o·met′ri·cal (-rĭ-kəl) adj.
(Zoology) the branch of zoology concerned with the relative length or size of the different parts of an animal or animals
zoometric, ˌzooˈmetrical adj
the measurement and comparison of the sizes of animals and their parts. — zoometric, adj.See also: Measurement
the measurement and comparison of the sizes of animals and their parts.See also: Animals
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Keywords: Polish Holstein-Friesian breed, Zoometric
measurements, Selected breeding, Heifers.
study of ecuadorian paramount creole horses in Chimborazo Province, Ecuador
It was found that the Boer x Hair Goat F1 crossbred are much better than the Hair Goats kids for both morphological and zoometric
subjective measurements were performed twice per dog by calculation of body fat mass (FM), according to the equations adapted from BURKHOLDER & TOLL (1997):
indices were composed from the individual measurements: Body index (BI), Cephalic index (CI), Thorax index (IT), thorax depth index (TDI), pelvic index (PI) longitudinal pelvic index (LPI), transverse pelvic index (TPI), metacarpal thorax index (MTI) and metacarpal costal index (MCI).
and morphological characterization of Manabi creole cattle (Ecuador)
Effect of body conditions score at calving on zoometric
index of corporal stage and postpartum ovarian activity in dual purpose cows at the tropic.