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The study of reproductive physiology in domestic ruminants has progressed from the whole animal to the molecular level in an amazingly short period of time. The volume of information on this subject is enormous; therefore, we have focused on domestic ruminants, with an emphasis on cattle. To date, ...

Author(s)
Smith, M. F.; Geisert, R. D.; Parrish, J. J.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
Journal of Animal Science, 2018, 96, 7, pp 2952-2970
Abstract

Although essential for artificial insemination (AI) and MOET (multiple ovulation and embryo transfer), oestrus synchronisation and superovulation are associated with increased female reproductive tract mucus production and altered sperm transport. The effects of such breeding practices on the ovine ...

Author(s)
Maddison, J. W.; Rickard, J. P.; Bernecic, N. C.; Tsikis, G.; Soleilhavoup, C.; Labas, V.; Combes-Soia, L.; Harichaux, G.; Druart, X.; Leahy, T.; Graaf, S. P. de
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Proteomics, 2017, 155, pp 1-10
Abstract

This review considers the use of prostaglandin F and its synthetic analogues (PG) for controlling the estrous cycle of the ewe. Aspects such as phase of the estrus cycle, PG analogues, PG doses, ovarian follicle development pattern, CL formation, progesterone synthesis, ovulation rate, sperm...

Author(s)
Fierro, S.; Gil, J.; Viñoles, C.; Olivera-Muzante, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2013, 79, 3, pp 399-408
CABI Book Info
Cover for Reproductive technologies in farm animals.

This second edition of Reproductive Technologies in Farm Animals has been revised to provide an up to date account of the key techniques employed in manipulating reproduction in farm animals, including beef and dairy cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, buffaloes, camelids, horses and poultry. This book has ...

Author(s)
Gordon, I.
ISBN
2017 CABI (H ISBN 9781780646022)
Type
Book
Abstract

Reproduction of small ruminants can be controlled by several methods developed in recent decades. Some of these involve administration of hormones that modify the physiological chain of events involved in the sexual cycle. Methods which utilise progesterone or its analogues are based on their...

Author(s)
Abecia, J. A.; Forcada, F.; González-Bulnes, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2012, 130, 3/4, pp 173-179
AbstractFull Text

Sheep constitute an important livestock species in the rural agricultural economy of India. The country is endowed with vast diversity of sheep breeds. The low reproductive efficiency of indigenous sheep breeds has been a major concern in terms of converting these immense bioresources into more...

Author(s)
Naqvi, S. M. K.; Anil Joshi; Maurya, V. P.
Publisher
Indian Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization, Avikanagar, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Small Ruminants, 2007, 13, 2, pp 115-143
Abstract

THE results were obtained at various times during 1934-41 on dairy cows (mostly Holstein-Friesian) and calves (17-117 days old) injected with unfractionated, follicle-stimulating, or luteinising extracts of sheep and cattle AP. Preliminary experiments with 26 calves injected subcutaneously...

Author(s)
CASIDA, L. E.; MEYER, R. K.; McSHAN, W. H.; WISNICKY, W.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1943, 4, pp 76-94

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