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KMID : 0359319740140020185
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
1974 Volume.14 No. 2 p.185 ~ p.189
A Biometric Study on Hardness of Bone in Race Horse and Jeju Horse



Abstract
Although considerable research has been done on the blood chemistry of domestic animals, little work has been made of the changes associated with age. Moreover, the records about physiology of the goat were not much available in Korea, and a comprehensive survey of the blood chemical values of the Korean native goat has not been made.
The authors intended to biometric study on the hardness of bone of race horse and Jeju horse in Korea.
The measurement of hardness of bone were performed in 272 race horses (Thoroughbred 91, Anglo-Arab 107, Arab 74) and in 109 Jeju horses by the caliper by Toryba´s method.
Some interesting facts obtained through this study were as follows:
1. There was not significant difference of bone hardness between male and female. The average of bone hardness by the Toryba´s meteod were 23.07±1.01 in race horse and 19.44±1.84 in Jeju horse.
2. The grade of bone hardness of race horse were higher than those of Jeju horse(P<0.001).
3. The correlation coefficient between age and grade of bone hardness were r= +0.344 in Jeju horse, theme were statistically significant (P<0.01) and the regression equation was Y=0.29χ+18.497.
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