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Male effect in seasonally anovulatory lactating goats depends on the presence of sexually active bucks, but not estrous females.
- F. Véliz, S. Moreno, +5 authors J. Delgadillo
- Biology, Medicine
- Animal reproduction science
- 15 August 2002
A study was conducted in subtropical northern Mexico (26 degrees N) to determine whether the presence of estrous females can improve the response of seasonally anovulatory goats to the introduction… Expand
Vaccination Success and Body Condition in the European Wild Rabbit: Applications for Conservation Strategies
Abstract The European wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is the main prey for several endangered species and an important game species in the Iberian Peninsula. However, over the last several… Expand
QUARANTINE LENGTH AND SURVIVAL OF TRANSLOCATED EUROPEAN WILD RABBITS
Abstract European wild rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) are frequently translocated for hunting and conservation purposes. Quarantining these animals prior to release reduces the risk of releasing… Expand