Photoperiodic effects on endocrine and immune function in cattle.

Abstract

Photoperiod is the most common environmental factor monitored by animals to alter long-term physiological processes, particularly reproduction. As cattle are not strict seasonal breeders, the influence of photoperiod on cattle has been studied less extensively than in other large mammals, but the lack of effect of daylength on reproduction enhances the… (More)

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@article{Dahl2002PhotoperiodicEO, title={Photoperiodic effects on endocrine and immune function in cattle.}, author={G. Dahl and Tera L Auchtung and Paul Kendall}, journal={Reproduction (Cambridge, England) Supplement}, year={2002}, volume={59}, pages={191-201} }