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Control of the reproductive performance of Chios sheep and Damascus goats: studies using hormone radioimmunoassays



Control of the reproductive performance of Chios sheep and Damascus goats: studies using hormone radioimmunoassays



Isotope aided studies on livestock productivity in Mediterranean and North African countries Proceedings of the Final Research Co ordination Meeting, Rabat, 23-27 March 1987: 151-172



In a number of studies on Damascus goats and Chios sheep, temp., humidity, age of animal, management, and feeding strategy did not significantly affect reproductive behaviour. The progesterone concentration in non-pregnant goats averaged 0.13 ng/ml during the follicular phase and 15.7 ng/ml during the luteal phase of the oestrous cycle.

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