THE PHENOTYPICAL CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SOMATIC CELL COUNT AND PRINCIPALS CHARACTERS OF COW MILK PRODUCTION FOR R?D?U?I AREA

MIHAELA IVANCIA

Abstract


Researches were making on cow milk samples from R?d?u?i area.
Studied characters were mill production, fat percent, protein percent, and somatic cell count.
There were analyzed the milk samples with SOMACOUNT to “Dorna Lactate” and dates have been discussed with MATLAB program.
The phenotypical correlation values have been varied between +0,236 ÷ +0,610 for fat percent and protein percent; -0,115 ÷ +0,166 for fat percent and somatic cell count, --0,192 ÷ +0,252 for protein percent and somatic cell count; -0,261 ÷ +0,053 for milk production and fat percent; -0,564 ÷ +0,005 for milk production and protein percent and -0,295 ÷ +0,401 for milk production and somatic cell count.

Keywords


milk cow; phenotypical correlation; fat content; protein content; somatic cell count.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-asb:64:1-2:2206




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