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A case of successful caesarean section in a donkey is placed on record.

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The levels of total serum protein (7.36 ± 0.23) and haemoglobin (7.18 ± 0.20) respectively were observed to be significantly lower (P < 0.01) in anoestrus buffalo-cows as compared to those in oestrus (9.26 ± 0.31), (9.03 ± 0.42) and dioestrus (9.28 ± 0.25), (8.97 ± 0.59). Low level of these factors indicates anoestrus condition in a herd of cattle.

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The aim of present study was to determine the ovulatory response of growing and regressing phase of the fi rst follicular wave after GnRH injection in cyclic buffaloes. Follicular dynamics were studied using ultrasonography in six graded Murrah buffaloes for two consecutive oestrous cycles. Out of twelve normal cycles studied, 58.33 percent had two waves, an...

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Parovarian cysts arise from remnants of the mesonephric tubules and ducts. The cysts derived from the cranial mesonephric tubules are called "epoophoron", while those from the caudal tubules are referred to as "paroophoron". Parovarian cysts are filled with a clear fluid, and are usually round or oval in shape, occur as a single cystic structure, and range from 1-5...

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Fertility associated proteins such as osteopontin, bovine seminal plasma proteins (BSP A1, A2, A3), heparin binding proteins (HBP) and others are reported as indicators of bull fertility (Moura et al. 2006). HBPs were secreted from the prostate, seminal vesicles and bulbo-urethral glands into seminal fluid and bind to sperm at ejaculation.

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The present investigation has been undertaken to study the efficacy of various oestrus synchronizing agents on kidding rate and endocrine pattern in Malabari goats. Malabari does (n=S4) were randomly divided into 3 treatment groups viz., FGA, MAP and CIDR groups.

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