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2011
M. C. Baeza, Corva, P. M., Soria, L. A., Rincón, G., Medrano, J. F., Pavan, E., Villarreal, E. L., Schor, A., Melucci, L., Mezzadra, C., and Miquel, M. C., Genetic markers of body composition and carcass quality in grazing Brangus steers, vol. 10, pp. 3146-3156, 2011.
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