Changes of the testes parameters, carcasses and antlers mass of harvested roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus) bucks

Jakubowski, Mikołaj; Górecki, Grzegorz; Komosa, Marcin; Frąckowiak, Hieronim; Dzierzęcka, Małgorzata; Skubis, Jacek; Skorupski, Maciej
September 2014
Biologia;Sep2014, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p1247
Academic Journal
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