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Synchronization of oestrus and ovulation in sows using placental gonadotropins

, : Synchronization of oestrus and ovulation in sows using placental gonadotropins. Nauchnye Osnovy Razvitiya Zhivotnovodstva v BSSR (17): 15-18

160 placentas from sows 6-12 weeks pregnant yielded 5000 mg FSH and 400-900 mg LH/kg raw placenta; the activity of FSH was 1 IU/mg and that of LH was 10 IU/mg.

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