Importance of the signals provided by the buck for the success of the male effect in goats.

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Under temperate and subtropical latitudes, ewes and goats display a reproductive seasonal pattern and their sexual activity during the anestrous period can be stimulated and synchronized by the introduction of males in the group, which is called the "male effect". The response of females to the male effect in the middle of the anestrous season is weak or… (More)

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@article{Delgadillo2006ImportanceOT, title={Importance of the signals provided by the buck for the success of the male effect in goats.}, author={Jos{\'e} Alberto Delgadillo and Jose Alfredo Rosas Flores and Francisco Gerardo V{\'e}liz and Gerardo Duarte and Jes{\'u}s Vielma and Horacio Hern{\'a}ndez and Ilda Graciela Fern{\'a}ndez}, journal={Reproduction, nutrition, development}, year={2006}, volume={46 4}, pages={391-400} }