Ovarian follicular development in cows, sows and ewes in different stages of pregnancy as affected by number of corpora lutea in the same ovary.

@article{Rexroad1975OvarianFD,
  title={Ovarian follicular development in cows, sows and ewes in different stages of pregnancy as affected by number of corpora lutea in the same ovary.},
  author={Caird E. Rexroad and L. E. Casida},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1975},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={1090-7}
}
The distribution of arbitrarily-classed large (~>4 mm dia.) and small (<4 mm dia.) follicles between the ovary with the lesser number of corpora lutea and the ovary with the greater number of corpora lutea was studied in pregnant cows, sows and ewes. At mid-pregnancy in the cow, numbers of large follicles reached a low level and remained at that level to the end of pregnancy on the ovary that contained a corpus luteum; the number of large follicles did not decrease until late pregnancy on the… CONTINUE READING

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