Journal of Genetics

, 36:367 | Cite as

On a differential sensitivity of the somatic tissues to the male sex hormone in two Br. Leg. × R. I. Hens

  • C. J. Bond


Somatic Tissue Differential Sensitivity Spermatogenic Cell Male Type Tail Feather 
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