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Effect of divergent selection for uterine capacity on progesterone, estradiol and cholesterol levels around implantation time in rabbits



Effect of divergent selection for uterine capacity on progesterone, estradiol and cholesterol levels around implantation time in rabbits



World Rabbit Science 10(3): 89-97



The effects of selection for high (H) and low (L) uterine capacity on serum and uterine fluid levels of progesterone and serum levels of estradiol and cholesterol at six days after gestation were studied. Both lines had similar ovulation rates (15.2 vs 14.4), but different number of embryos (12.8 vs 11.0; P<0.05) for H and L, respectively.

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