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Control of luteinizing hormone secretion in ewes by endogenous opioids and the dopaminergic system during short seasonal anoestrus: rle of plane of nutrition



Control of luteinizing hormone secretion in ewes by endogenous opioids and the dopaminergic system during short seasonal anoestrus: rle of plane of nutrition



Animal Science 65(02): 217-224




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DOI: 10.1017/s1357729800016520


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