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Is one-wave follicular growth during the estrous cycle a usual phenomenon in water buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis)?
- M. Awasthi, Abhishek Khare, F. Kavani, G. Siddiquee, M. Panchal, R. Shah
- Biology, Medicine
- Animal reproduction science
- 1 May 2006
The pattern of growth and regression of ovarian follicles was monitored once daily for one complete estrous cycle in eight individual water buffaloes by ultrasonographic scanning of the ovaries for… Expand
Therapeutic management and changes in the endometrium of repeat breeding cows.
Effect of GnRH and PGF2 alpha treatment on conception rate and blood biochemical and mineral profile of postpartum true anoestrus and suboestrus Surti buffaloes
Postpartum true anoestrus (6) and suboestrus (5) Surti buffaloes of an organized farm confirmed by thrice rectal palpation 10 days apart from 12th week postpartum were treated with single i/m… Expand
Time dynamics of uterine involution in Mehsani buffaloes: a clinical study.
Early Pregnancy Diagnosis in Water Buffaloes Using Transrectal Ultrasonography
The objective of present study was to evaluate the accuracy of simplified technique of pregnancy diagnosis at an early stage using transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS) in milch water buffaloes. The… Expand
Effect of hormonal therapies at breeding on plasma progesterone profile and fertility in repeat breeding holstein friesian cows
Twenty four repeat breeding HF cows with more than three infertile cycles were divided at random in 4 groups each of 6 animals with a view to study the relative efficacies of different hormonal… Expand
Effect of different therapies on fertility and serum progesterone, metabolites and minerals profile in repeat breeding crossbred cows
The study was carried out during breeding season on 31 repeat breeding and 8 normal cyclic crossbred cows to evaluate the efficacy of hormonal and antimicrobial drugs in improving fertility and its… Expand
PATHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON TUBAL ABNORMALITIES IN INFERTILE BUFFALOES