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The effects of oestrous behaviour on response to AI in buffaloes

, : The effects of oestrous behaviour on response to AI in buffaloes. Anais, IX Congresso Brasileiro de Reproducao Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 22 a 26 de julho de 1991 Vol II: 358

For 70 synchronized buffaloes showing strong, moderate and weak signs of oestrus prior to insemination, the CR was 50, 58 and 57% resp., the differences between the 3 groups being non-significant.

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