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1998
C. R. Wagner and Hohenboken, W. D., Reproduction, when fed toxic or non-toxic diets during continuous cohabitation, of mice selected for response to fescue toxicosis., vol. 27: Reproduction; fish breeding; genetics and the environment; genetics in agricultural systems; disease resistance; animal welf, pp. 307–310, 1998. (238.07 KB)
1990
D. R. Notter and Hohenboken, W. D., Industry breeding structures for effecting and evaluating genetic improvement., vol. XV. Beef cattle, sheep and pig genetics and breeding, fibre, fur and meat quality., pp. 347–356, 1990. (3.73 MB)
1986
W. D. Hohenboken, Costs and benefits of breed utilization strategies in sheep., Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production, vol. IX. Breeding programs for dairy and beef cattle, water buffalo, sheep, and goats., pp. 509–522, 1986. (5.04 MB)
C. A. Morris, Baker, R. L., Hohenboken, W. D., Johnson, D. L., and Cullen, N. G., Heterosis retention for live weight in advanced generations of a Hereford and Angus crossbreeding experiment., Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production, vol. IX. Breeding programs for dairy and beef cattle, water buffalo, sheep, and goats., pp. 301–307, 1986. (2.19 MB)
1974
W. D. Hohenboken, Kennick, W. H., and Bogart, R., Genotype and mating system X environment interactions for production traits in sheep., Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production., vol. 3, pp. 1001–1005, 1974. (187.23 KB)
W. D. Hohenboken, Corum, K., and Bogart, R., Genotype and mating system X environment interactions for reproduction in sheep., Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics applied to Livestock Production., vol. 3, pp. 995–999, 1974. (202.52 KB)