Maintaining contact with bucks does not induce refractoriness to the male effect in seasonally anestrous female goats.

@article{Vliz2006MaintainingCW,
  title={Maintaining contact with bucks does not induce refractoriness to the male effect in seasonally anestrous female goats.},
  author={F. V{\'e}liz and P. Poindron and B. Malpaux and J. Delgadillo},
  journal={Animal reproduction science},
  year={2006},
  volume={92 3-4},
  pages={
          300-9
        }
}
  • F. Véliz, P. Poindron, +1 author J. Delgadillo
  • Published 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Animal reproduction science
  • A study was performed to determine if complete separation between sexes is a pre-requisite to stimulate sexual activity of anovulatory female goats by male exposure in mid-anestrus when reproductive activity is greatly inhibited. The response to the male was studied in anovulatory goats which had either been in contact with bucks before the stimulation (n = 22; CONT), or totally isolated from bucks (n = 22; ISOL). At the time of male exposure, the bucks from the CONT groups were removed and… CONTINUE READING
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