The role of kisspeptins in vernal transition management in mares

Scott Norman, Christopher Scott, Briony McGrath, Jaymie Loy, Tonya M. Collop, Jennifer Clulow

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Abstract

This report describes a significant development in the search for a practical approach to managing spring transition in the mare. Preliminary findings on the effects of kisspeptin infusion on follicle and hormonal dynamics in transitional mares are described, and recommendations made that may lead to improvements in the efficiency of equine breeding management. The primary target audiences for this report are equine, animal and veterinary scientists.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra, ACT
PublisherRural Industries Research and Development Corporation
Commissioning bodyRural industries research and development corporation
Number of pages31
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9781742545967
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2014

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Norman, S., Scott, C., McGrath, B., Loy, J., Collop, T. M., & Clulow, J. (2014). The role of kisspeptins in vernal transition management in mares. (1st ed.) Canberra, ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
Norman, Scott ; Scott, Christopher ; McGrath, Briony ; Loy, Jaymie ; Collop, Tonya M. ; Clulow, Jennifer. / The role of kisspeptins in vernal transition management in mares. 1st ed. Canberra, ACT : Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2014. 31 p.
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The role of kisspeptins in vernal transition management in mares. / Norman, Scott; Scott, Christopher; McGrath, Briony; Loy, Jaymie; Collop, Tonya M.; Clulow, Jennifer.

1st ed. Canberra, ACT : Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2014. 31 p.

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