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Ovarian changes in buffaloes following PGF2-alpha administration using two routes



Ovarian changes in buffaloes following PGF2-alpha administration using two routes



Buffalo Bulletin 10(2): 32-37



32 cycling buffaloes in 2 equal groups were given 25 mg PGF2 intramuscularly or 8 mg PGF2 by injection into the vaginal submucosa. The number of animals in the 2 groups showing complete corpus luteum regression was 11 and 8 resp. 96 h after treatment, and 14 and 12 at 144 h. 13 animals ovulated in group 1 and 7 in group 2.

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