scrotal

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scro·tal

(skrō'tăl),
Relating to the scrotum.
Synonym(s): oscheal
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scrotal

adjective Referring to the scrotum, see there.
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scro·tal

(skrō'tăl)
Relating to the scrotum.
Synonym(s): oscheal.
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Data from 598,773 Nellore animals routinely evaluated and selected at weaning and yearling were used to obtain genetic parameters and breeding values predictions of conformation, precocity and muscling visual scores at weaning (WC, WP and WM, respectively) and at yearling (YC, YP and YM, respectively), birth to weaning weight gain (BWG), weaning to yearling weight gain (YWG), and scrotal circumference at yearling (SC).
After pushing the testicles to the bottom of the scrotum, the scrotal circumference of ram lambs was determined with a flexible plastic measuring tape [16].
Genetic parameters and relationships between growth traits and scrotal circumference measured at different ages in Nellore cattle.
The mean body weight, scrotal circumference, epididymal weight, and testicular traits with respect to breed are shown in Table 1.
Studies associating with body weight, testicular measurements, and scrotal circumference obtained during the different phases of growth of Tho Tho bovine species are scarce.
Throughout the experimental period, there was no change of scrotal circumference in both experimental groups (Figure 1(a)).
For rams, differences among regions were highly significantin pelvic width, head length, headwidth, ear length, ear width, and tail length (P < 0.0001) and in chest girth and scrotal circumference (P 0.05).
Testicular diameter and scrotal circumference were measured with a metal compass and ribbon meter, respectively.
Relation between testicular biometry and scrotal circumference in nelore young bulls in Brazil
Weight-adjusted data collected at 205 (W205), 365 (W365) and 550 (W550) days of life, age at first calving (AFC), calving interval (CI) and scrotal circumference (SC) at 550 days of life of cattle born between 1965 and 2011 in the 189 cities from the semi-arid region of northeastern Brazil have been used (Table 1).
Scrotal circumference in a mature tup should be a minimum of 34cm measured at the thickest point.