Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV
Read Online

Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, 1-5 August 1998 by International Symposium on Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants (5th 1998 Colorado Springs, Colo.)

  • 795 Want to read
  • ·
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Journals of Reproduction and Fertility in Cambridge, UK .
Written in English


  • Livestock -- Reproduction -- Congresses.,
  • Ruminants -- Reproduction -- Congresses.,
  • Ruminants -- Physiology -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Other titlesReproduction in domestic ruminants 4., Reproduction in domestic ruminants four.
Statementedited by W.W. Thatcher ... [et al.].
SeriesJournal of reproduction and fertility -- no. 54.
ContributionsThatcher, W. W.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 530 p. :
Number of Pages530
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18138284M
ISBN 10090654534X

Download Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV


Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants VIII JL Juengel, A Miyamoto, C Price, LP Reynolds, MF Smith, R Webb. Details the 9th International Ruminant Reproduction Symposium in Includes reports on genomes, metabolomics, phylogenetics, ovarium function and more. £ £ Add to basket. Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants VII (Society of Reproduction and Fertility): Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Hardcover. iv Wild ungulate vontraception: Use of GnRH agonist or GnRH vaccine to control reproduction in captive and free-ranging female elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) J.G. Powers, D.L. Baker, T.M. Nett Kisspeptin neuronal networks in pubertal development of domestic female ruminants . Title: Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants IV; Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, Supplement 54 Author: Journal of Reproduction and Fertility Publisher: Portland Press Publication Date: ISBN: X Type: Hardcover Condition: Very Good Jacket condition: None as issued Notes: Clean, solid copy with unmarked text. Cover has mild wear to surface and corner tips.

Female Reproductive Cycle • Definitions: – Estrous: adjective, “The length of the estrous cycle is _____ days.” – Estrus: noun, “The ewe is displaying estrus.” – Hormones: regulate reproductive organs of the ram and ewe, secreted from different places – Follicle: site on the ovary where the oocyte is housed – Corpus luteum (CL): forms after the follicle ruptures. The research is focused on solving constraints in the reproductive performance of domestic ruminants through discovery, translation, and dissemination of new knowledge under two sub-objectives to the larger W project: 1) mechanisms associated with recognition of . Poor reproductive efficiency in domestic ruminants is a growing problem that is limiting profitability and sustainability of animal production systems. Furthermore, managing populations of wild or feral species is becoming increasingly difficult and broader array of management tools are needed to deal overpopulation in these species. This project will characterize patterns of gene expression. Sub-optimal reproductive efficiency of domestic ruminants and feed costs associated with producing those animals are major obstacles to maintaining the profitability and sustainability of livestock production enterprises. Up to 70 percent of costs associated with producing viable offspring can be attributed to feed required to maintain their dams during gestation.

Genetics of reproduction in ruminants. Reproduction is of prime importance for the profita-bility of a herd, it is a prerequisite of every animal pro-duction. The breeding ability during the.   Bovine Reproduction is a comprehensive, current reference providing information on all aspects of reproduction in the bull and cow. Offering fundamental knowledge on evaluating and restoring fertility in the bovine patient, the book also places information in the context of herd health where appropriate for a truly global view of bovine theriogenology. III. Hormones of Female Reproduction A. Estrogen – Steroid 1. Produced by granulosa cells of the follicles on the ovaries 2. Major roles: a. stimulate endometrial gland growth b. stimulate duct growth in mammary gland c. increase secretory activity of the uterine tubes d. initiation of sexual receptivity e. regulation of PGF Size: 1MB. In book: Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants VIII, Publisher: Context, UK, Editors: Juengel JI, Miyamoto A, Price C, Smith MF, Webb R, pp Cite this publication Jeremy T Smith.