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Management of reproduction in domestic mammals


, : Management of reproduction in domestic mammals. Productions Animales ( SUPPL): 5-15

This review discusses the management of reproduction in cows, sheep, goats, pigs and horses, under the general headings: hormonal control of service period; photoperiodic control of male sexual activity in artificial insemination centres for sheep and goats; the rapidly increasing use of embryo techniques in reproduction and selection in cows (including surgical techniques, freezing of embryos, micromanipulation and cloning); and conclusions.


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