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Current status, advantages and potential applications of embryo transfer in relation to animal production and/or species preservation in Central and South America; the West Indies



Current status, advantages and potential applications of embryo transfer in relation to animal production and/or species preservation in Central and South America; the West Indies



International Embryo Movement Proceedings of a symposium, Montreal 1987: 55-62



A discussion of embryo transfer in cattle.

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