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A review, dealing with research published in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in 1945-95 on various aspects of the oestrous cycle, reproductive disorders, gynaecological surgical procedures, embryo transfer, mating, AI, pregnancy, early embryonic death, abortion, parturition, lactation, the...

Author(s)
Ostermann, U.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Citation
Die Reproduktionsforschung beim weiblichen Pferd in der deutschsprachigen wissenschaftlichen Literatur im Zeitraum 1954-1995., 1997, pp 355 pp.
Abstract

On 53 dairy farms, a simple fertility programme was carried out, in which an easily-understandable written record for each cow was left with the farmer. During each visit the veterinary surgeon discussed feeding and other problems and took samples where necessary for further diagnoses. The...

Author(s)
Prinzen, R.; Marzouk, K. M.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1995, 76, 2, pp 129-132, 135-137
Abstract

Rabbit females were given 20 or 40 IU HCG/kg body weight (experiments 1 and 2) and were inseminated on the day of parturition or on days 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 18 after parturition. In the 2 experiments, the ovulation rate averaged 50 and 94% resp. Day of insemination had no significant effect on CR....

Author(s)
Fischer, B.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1977, 12, 2, pp 93-94
Abstract

In about 300 concisely written and well illustrated pages the authors deal with reproductive biology mainly in cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, rabbits and poultry. Following a short introductory chapter, the text is presented in three roughly equal sections. The first deals with general aspects of...

Author(s)
SMIDT, D.; ELLENDORFF, F.
Citation
Munich, Basel and Vienna: BLV Verlags-gesellschaft mbH., 1969, pp xiii+313 pp.
Abstract

Defects or undesirable tendencies which are known or suspected to be hereditary are listed under 4 main headings: disturbances affecting pregnancy; defects of dam or fetus which cause difficulties at parturition; defects or deficiencies in new-born calves or sucklings; and defects or tendencies...

Author(s)
GÖTZE, R.
Publisher
Cph.,
Citation
Report. 2nd int. Congr. Physiol. Path. Anim. Reprod. Artif. Insem., 1952, 2, pp 96-109
Abstract

IN the northern part of South-West Africa, hinnies are bred on account of their resistance to African horse sickness, which causes very high mortality. Asses are resistant to this disease, and the immunity of the hinnies is due to antibodies received from their mothers. The usual height of a...

Author(s)
KOCH, W.
Citation
Deutsche Landwirtschaftliche Tierzucht, 1936, 40, pp 56-57
Abstract

A review [inparts very popular] of what is known on the subject, with a bibliography of 27 titles [German only]. The breeding season falls in January-February; another may occur in March and a belated one may be observed in July, but attempts to breed animals a second time and thus obtain two...

Author(s)
STOSS, A. O.
Citation
Landwirtschaftliche Pelztierzucht, 1933, 4, pp 181-189

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