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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 1)
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Comparison of Skin Characterizes Between Pure Breed and Crossbred Azeri Zebu (Bos primigenius indicus or Bos indicus)

O. Estegamat and S. Abbasov
Corresponding Author:  Alireza Lotfi 

Key words:  Breed, cattle, cross-breeding, hybrid, zebu, ,
Vol. 3 , (1): 23-25
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2010 November, 11 2010 December, 13 2011 February, 05

For investigation of crossbreeding efficiency in some skin characterizes in pure and crossbred cattle with Azeri Zebu, 100 head Azeri Zebu and pure breeds were divided into 4 group in 4 treatments, randomly. After cross breeding between zebu and pure cattle breeds, the diameters of skin in different parts of body were significantly increased in hybrids (offspring). Zebu hybrids, because of their strength epidemic layer on slat and legs had deep skin in compare with parents. Skin area were measured at two different parts, that more than 60% of skin were include 5 mm diameter in hybrids. As conclusion; in this investigation it has been cleared that cross-breeding in Azeri zebu (with pure cattle breeds) can cause deep diameter of skin that also it can produce high quality skin for leather and shoe Industry.
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O. Estegamat and S. Abbasov, 2011. Comparison of Skin Characterizes Between Pure Breed and Crossbred Azeri Zebu (Bos primigenius indicus or Bos indicus).  International Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 3(1): 23-25.
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