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Plasma FSH concentrations in seasonally anoestrous ewes induced to ovulate with repeated injections or continuous infusion of GnRH



Plasma FSH concentrations in seasonally anoestrous ewes induced to ovulate with repeated injections or continuous infusion of GnRH



Animal Reproduction Science 14(1): 53-63



Plasma FSH concentration was monitored in 34 seasonally anoestrous ewes in which ovulation was induced by the administration of low doses of GnRH, given as a series of intravenous injections (75, 125, 250 or 500 ng/2h) or as a continuous infusion (125 or 250 ng/h). 15 of the animals had been pretreated with progesterone for 14 days.

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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4320(87)90076-5



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