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In the current study, correlation and path coefficient analysis were applied to investigate the relationship among body measurement traits and carcass weight, and to determine the direct and indirect effects of the body measurement traits including body slope length (BSL), breast width (BW), breast depth (BD), pelvis width (PW), shank length (SL) and shank circumference (SC) on carcass weight. Chinese indigenous Dagu male chickens (80) were used at eighteen weeks of age. Pair-wise correlationdoi:10.56093/ijans.v88i6.80897 fatcat:nswvz2k3izaqbincgtd37wfzki