Application of Radioimmunoassay for Livestock FertilityManagement

@article{Mondal2017ApplicationOR,
  title={Application of Radioimmunoassay for Livestock FertilityManagement},
  author={Sukanta Mondal and Sandip R. Sardessai and Vijay Prakash Varshney},
  journal={Biomedical Journal of Scientific and Technical Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={1},
  pages={001-007}
}
Assessment of hormones in livestock is widely used to achieve the improvement of both production and reproduction. Conventional ways of (genetic) improvement of livestock are based on selection and crossbreeding programme. These programmes have proved to be very effective, but in general they are time consuming and expensive. Furthermore, heritability estimates are generally very low. For these reasons, much of the current research is directed towards the development of alternative methods of… Expand

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