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Characterization of ovulation period in cattle after induced luteolysis depending on the stage of the oestrous cycle



Characterization of ovulation period in cattle after induced luteolysis depending on the stage of the oestrous cycle



Zuchtungskunde 68(4): 268-279



Treatment with PGF2 alpha between days 5 and 14 of the oestrous cycle induced oestrus in >90% of treated animals. The proportion of animals with complete luteolysis and with an LH peak increased with increasing interval from the previous oestrus to PGF2 alpha treatment. The interval between PGF2 alpha treatment and the LH peak or ovulation was significantly affected by the stage of the oestrous cycle at the time of PGF2 alpha treatment.

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