Identification of Beef Heifers with Superior Uterine Capacity for Pregnancy1

@article{Geary2016IdentificationOB,
  title={Identification of Beef Heifers with Superior Uterine Capacity for Pregnancy1},
  author={T. Geary and G. Burns and J.G.N. Moraes and J. I. Moss and A. Denicol and K. B. Dobbs and M. S. Ortega and P. Hansen and M. Wehrman and H. Neibergs and E. O'Neil and S. Behura and T. Spencer},
  journal={Biology of Reproduction},
  year={2016},
  volume={95}
}
ABSTRACT Infertility and subfertility represent major problems in domestic animals and humans, and the majority of embryonic loss occurs during the first month of gestation that involves pregnancy recognition and conceptus implantation. The critical genes and physiological pathways in the endometrium that mediate pregnancy establishment and success are not well understood. In study one, predominantly Angus heifers were classified based on fertility using serial embryo transfer to select animals… Expand
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