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Hormones and lactation: pathways of control



Hormones and lactation: pathways of control



UK, Hannah Research Institute: Report, 1980: 83-85



This short review includes consideration of work by Institute staff suggesting the involvement of the mammary gland in the hormonal control of lactation and reproduction in the goat.

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