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Histological observations on endometrial glands of cows and buffaloes in relation to fertility



Histological observations on endometrial glands of cows and buffaloes in relation to fertility



Tropical Veterinary and Animal Science Research 1(1): 37-41



Studies on the histology of endometrial glands revealed marked differences between fertile and repeat breeder cows and buffaloes. Fertile animals of both species had smaller glands and shorter epithelium than repeat breeders. In addition, the fertile cows had 76% glands surrounded by less than two layers of fibroblasts, whereas the repeat breeder cows had fewer such glands, and a higher percentage of their glands was surrounded by more than two layers of fibroblasts.

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