To date, mechanisms controlling prolificacy
in goats are unclear.
Lonnquist initiated a program of mass selection for prolificacy
in the open-pollinated population, GG(MP), at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
and grain yield components in modern argentinian maize hybrids.
Candidate genes polymorphism and its association to prolificacy
in Chinese goats.
Heritability of sow longevity and lifetime prolificacy
in Finnish Yorkshire and Landrace pigs.
Under Berry Gordy's magisterial control, Motown in the 1960s bore all the outward traits of a Henry Ford assembly line, churning out singles with a prolificacy
rivaled only by Tin Pan Alley.
Names in fiction often entail to be regarded as if they were whole short poems, with all the prolificacy
involved (in names experienced authors include numerous connotations).
There are many things to admire in Rossini: his skill in mastering the form of both opera buffa and opera seria, his almost mythical prolificacy
, his inspired melodies, his unstoppable rhythm and his knack for comic situation in his opera buffa," Carlo explains.
The aims of our research were not related to animal prolificacy
or levels of fecundity, or selection criteria.
Ridley Scott, 76, has mirrored Scorsese in prolificacy
Preliminary results showed, that the long career of Alessandro Del Piero, a football season that stands out above all for continuity (and therefore appearances: 47), combined with prolificacy
(goals scored: 32).
However, their lack of prolificacy
in front of goal was evident again as Everton restricted the hosts to few chances as time ebbed away.