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Effect of treatment with progesterone and oestradiol benzoate on ovarian follicular turnover in postpartum anoestrous cows and cows which have resumed oestrous cycles



Effect of treatment with progesterone and oestradiol benzoate on ovarian follicular turnover in postpartum anoestrous cows and cows which have resumed oestrous cycles



Animal Reproduction Science 69(3/4): 139-150



Two experiments were carried out to determine the effect of a low dose of progesterone (P) with and without the addition of an injection of oestradiol benzoate (ODB) on ovarian follicle dynamics, oestradiol production and LH pulsatility in postpartum anoestrous cows, compared with cows which had resumed oestrous cycles (cycling cows).

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DOI: 10.1016/s0378-4320(01)00141-5



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