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  1. Essential 5 items
    1. Equine reproductive physiology, breeding and stud management - Mina C. G. Davies Morel 2015

      Book Essential

    2. Equine reproduction - A. O. McKinnon 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    3. Equine artificial insemination - Mina C. G. Davies Morel 1999

      Book Essential

    4. Equine stud farm medicine and surgery - Derek C. Knottenbelt 2003

      Book Essential

    5. Current therapy in equine reproduction - Juan C. Samper, Jonathan F. Pycock, A. O. McKinnon 2007

      Book Essential

  2. Further Reading 471 items
    1. The Reproductive Anatomy of the Mare 33 items
      1. Ovarian Follicular Dynamics: A Review with Emphasis on the Bovine Species. Part I: Folliculogenesis and Pre-antral Follicle Development - JMJ Aerts, PEJ Bols 02/2010

        Article Further reading Part I: Folliculogenesis and pre-antral follicle development

      2. In vitro fertilization of in vitro-matured equine oocytes - M.R. Del Campo, M.X. Donoso, J.J. Parrish, O.J. Ginther 1990-1

        Article Further reading

      3. External Perineal conformation - J Easley

        Chapter Further reading

      4. Ultrasonic imaging and animal reproduction: Book 2: Horses - O. J. Ginther 1995

        Book Further reading

      5. Reproduction in farm animals - B. Hafez, E. S. E. Hafez 2000

        Book Further reading

      6. Reproductive organs of the mare

        Chapter Further reading

      7. Equine stud farm medicine and surgery - Derek C. Knottenbelt 2003

        Book Further reading

      8. Equine medicine and surgery - Patrick T. Colahan c1991

        Book Further reading

      9. Factors affecting oocyte quality: who is driving the follicle? - P Mermillod, R Dalbiès-Tran, S Uzbekova, A Thélie

        Article Further reading

      10. Influence of follicular status on twinning rate in mares - R R Pascoe, D R Pascoe, M C Wilson

        Article Further reading

      11. Folliculogenesis 1993

        Chapter Further reading

      12. Rooney's guide to the dissection of the horse - James R. Rooney, W. O. Sack 1991

        Book Further reading

      13. Current therapy in equine reproduction - Juan C. Samper, Jonathan F. Pycock, A. O. McKinnon 2007

        Book Further reading

      14. Sites of CEM infection - D. Simpson, W. Eaton-Evans 03/06/1978

        Article Further reading

      15. The anatomy of the domestic animals - Septimus Sisson 1953

        Book Further reading

      16. Animal reproduction, principles and practices - A. M. Sorensen 1979

        Book Further reading

      17. Ovarian changes during the oestrus cycle and pregnancy in mares - E L Squires, R H Douglas, W P Steffenhagen, O J Ginther

        Article Further reading

      18. Fine structure of the follicular oocyte of the horse. - M M Vogelsang, D C Kraemer, G D Potter, G G Scott

        Article Further reading

    2. Reproductive Anatomy of the Stallion 44 items
      1. Age related morphological and functional changes in the leydig cells of the horse - G Almahbobi, V Papadopoulas, S Carreaus, P Silberzahn

        Article Further reading

      2. Equine reproduction - A. O. McKinnon, J. L. Voss 1993

        Book Further reading

      3. Equine reproduction - A. O. McKinnon, J. L. Voss 1993

        Book Further reading

      4. Equine reproduction - A. O. McKinnon, J. L. Voss 1993

        Book Further reading

      5. Corpus cavernosum penis pressure and external penile muscle activity during erection in the goat - S D Beckett, R S Hudson, D F Walker, R I Vachon

        Article Further reading

      6. Distribution of spermatozoa in the mare’s oviduct - M S Boyle, D G Cran, W R Allen, R H F Hunter

        Article Further reading

      7. Male Reproductive Tract - Theresa Burns, Tracy Chenier, Graham Munroe

        Chapter Further reading

      8. An Analysis of 500 cases of Equine Cryptorchidism - J. E. COX, G. B. EDWARDS, P. A. NEAL 04/1979

        Article Further reading

      9. Equine artificial insemination - Mina C. G. Davies Morel 1999

        Book Further reading

      10. The spermatozoon - E M Eddy

        Chapter Further reading

      11. Age related changes in the testes of horses - T Fukuda, M Kikuchi, T Kurotaki, T Oyomada

        Article Further reading

      12. Ultrasonic imaging and animal reproduction: Book 2: Horses - O. J. Ginther 1995

        Book Further reading

      13. Capacitation and the acrosome reaction in equine sperm - B.M. Gadella, R. Rathi, J.F.H.M. Brouwers, T.A.E. Stout 12/2001

        Article Further reading

      14. Spermotogeneis in mammals and birds - M T Hochereau-de-Reviers

        Chapter Further reading

      15. Spermotgenesis

        Chapter Further reading

      16. The Stallion - C Lopate, M LeBlanc, D Knottenbelt

        Chapter Further reading

      17. Pharmarcological manipulation of sexual behaviour in stallions - S M McDonnell, M C Garcia, R M Kennedy

        Article Further reading

      18. Veterinary Obstetrics and Genital Diseases Theriogenology - Stephen J. Roberts June 1986 (Hardcover)

        Book Further reading

      19. Equine stud farm medicine - Peter D. Rossdale, S. W. Ricketts ©1980

        Book Further reading

      20. Analysis of the pattern of ejaculation in stallions - M Tischner, K Kosiniak, W Bielanski

        Article Further reading

      21. Testicular measurements and reproductive characteristics in stallions. - D L Thompson, B W Pickett, E L Squires, R P Amman

        Article Further reading

    3. Control of Reproduction in the Mare 99 items
      1. FSH and LH

        Chapter Further reading

      2. Control of ovulation and oestrus in the mare - W R Allen

        Chapter Further reading

      3. Prostaglandins - W R Allen, M J Cooper

        Chapter Further reading

      4. Age and pasture effects on vernal transition in mares - E.M. Carnevale, M.J. Hermenet, O.J. Ginther 1997-4

        Article Further reading

      5. Sexual behavior of mares - S L Crowell-Davis

        Article Further reading

      6. Follicle Development in Mares - FX Donadeu, HG Pedersen 07/2008

        Article Further reading

      7. Seasonal variation in the estrous cycle of mares in the subtropics - K.F. Dowsett, L.M. Knott, R.A. Woodward, D.A.V. Bodero 1993-3

        Article Further reading

      8. Changes in LH pulse frequency and amplitude in intact mares during the transition into the breeding season - B P Fitzgerald, K J Affleck, S P Barrows, W L Murdock

        Article Further reading

      9. Effects of Ovariectomy and Season on Plasma Luteinizing Hormone in Mares - M. C. GARCIA, O. J. GINTHER 04/1976

        Article Further reading

      10. Relationships between body condition and follicle development in mares. - M Gastal, E Gastel, V Spinelli, O J Ginther

        Article Further reading

      11. Follicle Selection in Monovular Species - O.J. Ginther 01/09/2001

        Article Further reading

      12. Mechanism of follicle deviation in monovular farm species - O.J. Ginther, M.A. Beg, F.X. Donadeu, D.R. Bergfelt 10/2003

        Article Further reading

      13. Seasonal influence on equine follicle dynamics - O J Ginther, E Gastel, M Gastel, M Beg

        Article Further reading

      14. Effects of pinealectomy in Pony mares. - Abstract - Europe PubMed Central - W Grubaugh, D C Sharp, L A Berglund, K L McDowell

        Article Further reading

      15. Plasma melatonin in the horse: Measurements in natural photoperiod and in acutely extended darkness throughout the year - Michael V. Guerin, Jim R. Deed, David J. Kennaway, Colin D. Matthews 08/1995

        Article Further reading

      16. Hormonal regulation of early follicular development in the rat ovary - A J W Hsueh, E A McGee, M Hayashi, S Y Hsu

        Article Further reading

      17. Melatonin rhythms in Pony mares and foals. - Abstract - Europe PubMed Central - D N Kilmer, D C Sharp, L A Berhund, W Grubaugh

        Article Further reading

      18. Seasonality, folliculogenesis and luteogenesis in mare ovaries - D Marković, M Pavlović, V Pavlović

        Article Further reading

      19. Dopamine in the Cerebrospinal Fluid of Prepubertal and Adult Horses - PA. Melrose, R.F. Walker, R.H. Douglas 1990

        Article Further reading

      20. The effect of a potent GnRH agonist on gonadal and sexual activity in the horse - S.M. Montovan, P.P. Daels, J. Rivier, J.P. Hughes 1990-6

        Article Further reading

      21. Seasonality in mares - P Nagy, D Guillaume, P Daels 2000-7

        Article Further reading

      22. Estrogens - T M Nett

        Chapter Further reading

      23. Reproductive peptide and protein hormones - T M Nett

        Chapter Further reading

      24. Effect of nitric oxide synthase inhabitors on ovulation in hCG-stimulated mares - C.R.F Pinto, D.L Paccamonti, B.E Eilts, C.R Short 2002-9

        Article Further reading

      25. GnRH facilitates copulatory behaviour in geldings treated with testosterone - M A Pozar, S M McDonnell, R M Kenny, M Tischner

        Article Further reading

      26. Inhibin activity in the mare and stallion - J.F. Roser, P.M. McCue, E. Hoye 1994-1

        Article Further reading

      27. Melatonin - D C Sharp, B D Clever

        Chapter Further reading

      28. Progesterone - E L Squires

        Chapter Further reading

      29. Ovarian secretion of inhibin in mares - Y Tanaka, N Nagamine, Y Nambo, S Nagata

        Article Further reading

      30. Characteristics of cyclicity in maiden thoroughbred mares in the United Kingdom - E. Watson, A. McDonnell, D. Cuddeford 30/07/1994

        Article Further reading

      31. Control of follicular development and luteal function in the mare: Effects of a GnRH antagonist - E.D. Watson, H.G. Pedersen, S.R.M. Thomson, H.M. Fraser 2000-9

        Article Further reading

    4. Control of Reproduction in the Stallion 51 items
      1. Physiology and endocrinology - R P Amman

        Chapter Further reading

      2. Pulsatile release of gonadotropins in young pony stallions - T.L. Blanchard, J.W. Evans, D.D. Varner, T.A. Mollett 1990-1

        Article Further reading

      3. Plasma oxytocin concentrations in cyclic mares and sexually aroused stallions - P.J. Burns, P. Kumaresan, R.H. Douglas 11/1981

        Article Further reading

      4. Estrogens and prostaglandin F2α in the semen and blood plasma of stallions - R. Claus, M.A. Dimmick, T. Gimenez, L.W. Hudson 10/1992

        Article Further reading

      5. Changes in plasma gonadotrophin and prolactin concentrations following castration of the pony stallion - M.G.R. Collingsworth, Z. Fuller, J.E. Cox, C. McG. Argo 2001-3

        Article Further reading

      6. Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone - C H G Irvine

        Article Further reading

      7. GnRH - C H G Irvine, S L Alexander

        Chapter Further reading

      8. Spermatogenesis - L Johnson

        Chapter Further reading

      9. Season but not age affects Sertoli cell numbers in adult stallions - L Johnson, D D Varner, M E Tatum, W L Scrutchfield

        Article Further reading

      10. Reproductive peptide protein hormones - T M Nett

        Chapter Further reading

      11. Reproductive management of stallions - B W Pickett, J L Voss

        Chapter Further reading

      12. Management of the stallion for maximum reproductive efficiency II - B W Pickett, R P Amman, A O McKinnon, E L Squires

        Chapter Further reading

      13. GnRH facilitates capulatory behaviour in geldings treated with test - M A Pozar, S M McDonnell, R M Kenney, M Tixhner

        Article Further reading

      14. Equine stud farm medicine - Peter D. Rossdale, S. W. Ricketts ©1980

        Book Further reading

      15. Melatonin - D C Sharp, D I Clever

        Chapter Further reading

    5. Manipulation of Reproduction (stallion and mare) and Foal Heat Breeding (Preparation of Mare and Stallion for Covering) 149 items
      1. Further Studies on the Use of Synthetic Prostaglandin Analogues for Inducing Luteolysis in Mares - W. R. ALLEN, FRANCESCA STEWART, M. J. COOPER, R. C. CROWHURST 01/1974

        Article Further reading

      2. Control of Oestrus and Ovulation in the Mare - W R Allen

        Chapter Further reading

      3. Control of the mares oestrous cycle by prostaglandins - W R Allen, K E A Rowson

        Article Further reading

      4. Examination of the mare - A C Ashbury

        Chapter Further reading

      5. The effects of perphenazine and bromocriptine on follicular dynamics and endocrine profiles in anestrous pony mares - K. Bennett-Wimbush1, W.E. Loch2, H. Plata-Madrid2, T. Evans3 March 1998

        Article Further reading

      6. Breeding mares on foal heat - T L Blanchard, M L Macpherson

        Chapter Further reading

      7. Mating mares on foal heat: a five-year retrospective study. - CAB Direct - T L Blanchard, J A Thompson, S P Brinsko, K L Stich

        Article Further reading

      8. Influence of day of postpartum breeding on pregnancy rate, pregnancy loss rate, and foaling rate in Thoroughbred mares - T.L. Blanchard, J.A. Thompson, C.C. Love, S.P. Brinsko 04/2012

        Article Further reading

      9. An update of chromosomal abnormalities in mares. - A T Bowling, L Milton, J P Hughes

        Article Further reading

      10. Synchronisation of Ovulation - E A Bradecamp

        Chapter Further reading

      11. Oestrus synchronisation in mares - F Bristol

        Chapter Further reading

      12. Fertility of prostaglandine induced oestrus compared to normal post-partum oestrus - Burns SJ, C H Irvine, M S Amoss 1979

        Article Further reading

      13. Comparison of oocytes from young and old mares with light and electron microscopy - EM Carnevale, M Uson, JJ Bozzola, SS King 1999-1

        Article Further reading

      14. Prostaglandins in Veterinary practice - M J Cooper

        Article Further reading

      15. CEM - R C Crowhurst, D J Simpson, R E Greenwood, D R Ellis

        Article Further reading

      16. Horse breeding management - Clinton G. Depew 1995-5

        Article Further reading

      17. Endometrial Biopsy - R A doig, R O Waelchi

        Chapter Further reading

      18. Efficacy of the gnrh agonist deslorelin acetate for inducing ovulation in mares relative to age of mare and season - Valerie J. Farquhar, Patrick M. McCue, Dirk K. Vanderwall, Edward L. Squires 11/2000

        Article Further reading

      19. Seasonal reproduction in the mare: possible role of plasma leptin, body weight and immune status - G. Ferreira-Dias, F. Claudino, H. Carvalho, R. Agrícola 2005-7

        Article Further reading

      20. Echotextural changes in the follicular wall during follicle deviation in mares - E.L. Gastal, F.X. Donadeu, M.O. Gastal, O.J. Ginther 10/1999

        Article Further reading

      21. Twinning in mares: A review of recent studies - O.J. Ginther 1982-7

        Article Further reading

      22. Seasonal effects on attempts to synchronize estrus and ovulation by intravaginal application of progesterone-releasing device (PRID™) in mares - Johannes Handler, Sabine Schönlieb, Hans-Otto Hoppen, Christine Aurich 2006-4

        Article Further reading

      23. Comparison of HCG, buserelin and luprostiol for induction of ovulation in cycling mares - L.A. Harrison, E.L. Squires, A.O. McKinnon 1991-5

        Article Further reading

      24. Effects of lactation on metabolic and reproductive hormones in Lipizzaner mares - B. Heidler, N. Parvizi, H. Sauerwein, R.M. Bruckmaier 2003-7

        Article Further reading

      25. Effect of supplementary sexual preparation on semen characteristics of stallions - L.M. Ionata, T.M. Anderson, B.W. Pickett, J.C. Heird 12/1991

        Article Further reading

      26. GnRH - C H G Irvine

        Article Further reading

      27. The influence of energy intake and percentage of body fat on the reproductive performance of nonpregnant mares - J.R. Kubiak, B.H. Crawford, E.L. Squires, R.H. Wrigley 11/1987

        Article Further reading

      28. Endoscopy - M M Le Blanc

        Chapter Further reading

      29. eFSH in clinical equine practice - P.M. McCue, M.M. LeBlanc, E.L. Squires 2007-8

        Article Further reading

      30. Evaluation of androgenized mares as an estrus detection aid - S M McDonnell, M C Garcia, T L Blanchard, R M Kenney

        Article Further reading

      31. Uterine Pathology - A O McKinnon

        Chapter Further reading

      32. Ultrasonography - A O McKinnon, E M Carnevale

        Chapter Further reading

      33. Prolonged interovulatory interval and hormonal changes in mares following the use of Ovuplant™ to hasten ovulation - Carrie A. Johnson, Donald L. Thompson, Kristen M. Kulinski, Amy M. Guitreau 2000-5

        Article Further reading

      34. Use of an intra-uterine glass ball protocol to extend luteal function in mares - Gary J. Nie, Kristina E. Johnson, Timothy D. Braden, James G.W. Wenzel 2003-6

        Article Further reading

      35. Use of glass ball to suppress behavioural estrus in mares - G J Nie, K E Johnson, J G W Wenzel

        Article Further reading

      36. Uses of LHRH and analogues in the mare - Palmer, E.

        Article Further reading

      37. Effect of eFSH on Ovarian Cyclicity and Embryo Production of Mares in Spring Transitional Phase - K.R. Peres, C.B. Fernandes, M.A. Alvarenga, F.C. Landim-Alvarenga 2007-4

        Article Further reading

      38. Proestagens and Progsterone - C R F Pinto

        Chapter Further reading

      39. Pre-breeding checks for mares - J. Pycock 01/02/2004

        Article Further reading

      40. Role of anaerobic bacteria in equine endometritis. - Ricketts SW 1987

        Article Further reading

      41. Uterine and Clitored Culture - S W Ricketts, A young, E B Medici

        Chapter Further reading

      42. Mechanisms behind intrauterine device-induced luteal persistence in mares - M.M. Rivera del Alamo, T. Reilas, H. Kindahl, T. Katila 2008-8

        Article Further reading

      43. Timing of induction of ovulation in mares treated with Ovuplant or Chorulon - Juan C. Samper, Shawn Jensen, Jan Sergeant, Andrés Estrada 2002-7

        Article Further reading

      44. Ovulation control in pony mares during early spring using progestins, PGF2x, hcG and GnRH - N S Scheffrahn, B S Wiseman, D L Vincent, P C Harrison

        Article Further reading

      45. Effects of lighting programs on onset of the ovulatory season in mares - S.T. Scraba, O.J. Ginther December 1985

        Article Further reading

      46. Photoperiod - D C Sharp

        Chapter Further reading

      47. Rectal Palpation - R K Shideler

        Chapter Further reading

      48. Safety of altrenogest in pregnant mares and on health and development of offspring - C.F. Shoemaker, E.L. Squires, R.K. Shideler 1989-1

        Article Further reading

      49. Progestin - E L Squires

        Chapter Further reading

      50. Reproductive performance of offspring from mares administered altrenogest during gestation - E.L. Squires, R.K. Shideler, A.O. McKinnon 1989-1

        Article Further reading

      51. Prostaglandins - S A Staempfli

        Chapter Further reading

      52. Uterine involution - M E Stanton

        Chapter Further reading

      53. Effects of GnRH immunization in sexually mature pony stallions - J.A. Turkstra, F.J.U.M. van der Meer, J. Knaap, P.J.M. Rottier 2005-4

        Article Further reading

      54. Post-breeding endometritis in the mare - Elaine D Watson 2000-7

        Article Further reading

      55. Effects of repeated hCG injections on reproductive efficiency in mares - Colleen G. Wilson, Craig R Downie, John P. Hughes, Janet F. Roser 1990-8

        Article Further reading

      56. The efficacy of a single chain recombinant equine luteinizing hormone (reLH) in mares: Induction of ovulation, hormone profiles, and inter-ovulatory intervals - M.J. Yoona, I. Boimeb, M. Colginc, K.D. Niswenderd, S.S. Kinge, M. Alvarengaf, A. Jablonka-Shariffb, C.A. Pearlb, J.F. Rosera, , November 2007

        Article Further reading

    6. Endocrine Control of Pregnancy in the Mare 75 items
      1. ECG - W R Allen, F Stewart

        Chapter Further reading

      2. Pregnancy recognition in ruminants, pigs and horses: Signals from the trophoblast - Fuller W. Bazer, Troy L. Ott, Thomas E. Spencer 1994-1

        Article Further reading

      3. Biosynthesis and possible biological roles of progestagens during equine pregnancy and in the newborn foal - PASCALE CHAVATTE, D. HOLTAN, JENNIFER C. OUSEY, P. D. ROSSDALE 10/06/2010

        Article Further reading

      4. In vitro regulation of luteal function in mares - PF Daels, BA Albrecht, HO Mohammed 08/1995

        Article Further reading

      5. The corpus luteum a major source of oestrogen in early pregnancy in the mare - P F Daels, M Jorge De Moraes, G H Stabenfeldt, J P Hughes

        Article Further reading

      6. Source of oestrogen in early pregnancy in the mare - P. F. Daels, S. Shideler, B. L. Lasley, J. P. Hughes 01/09/1990

        Article Further reading

      7. Equine Veterinary Journal

        Journal Further reading Comparative foetal and neonatal physiology: review in memory of Marian Silver

      8. Time of embryo transport through the mare oviduct - D.A. Freeman, J.A. Weber, R.T. Geary, G.L. Woods 11/1991

        Article Further reading

      9. Twin embryos in mares II: post fixation embryo reduction - O. J. GINTHER 05/1989

        Article Further reading

      10. Natural outcome and ultrasonic identification of equine fetal twins - O.J. Ginther, P.G. Griffin 1994-1

        Article Further reading

      11. Studies on oestrogen synthesis by pre-implantation equine conceptus - R B Heap, M Hamon, W R Allen

        Article Further reading

      12. The hatching process of equine embryos in vitro - S. HOCHI, J. BRAUN, N. OGURI 10/06/2010

        Article Further reading

      13. Effect of ovariectomy on pregnancy in mares. - Holtan DW 1979

        Article Further reading

      14. Plasma progestagens in pregnant mares - D W Holtan, T M Nett, V L Estergreen

        Article Further reading

      15. Transcriptional Profiling of Equine Endometrium During the Time of Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy - C. Klein, K. E. Scoggin, A. D. Ealy, M. H. T. Troedsson 01/07/2010

        Article Further reading

      16. Ultrastructural events in horse gonadal morphogenesis. - Merchant-Larios H 1979

        Article Further reading

      17. Oestrogens

        Chapter Further reading

      18. Progestagen profiles during the last trimester of gestation in Thoroughbred mares with normal or compromised pregnancies - Jennifer C. Ousey, Ed Houghton, Lorraine Grainger, Peter D. Rossdale 2005-4

        Article Further reading

      19. A genomic and proteomic investigation of the impact of preimplantation factor on human decidual cells - Michael J. Paidas, Graciela Krikun, S. Joseph Huang, Richard Jones 05/2010

        Article Further reading

      20. Mechanisms behind intrauterine device-induced luteal persistence in mares - M.M. Rivera del Alamo, T. Reilas, H. Kindahl, T. Katila 2008-8

        Article Further reading

      21. Maternal recognition of pregnancy

        Chapter Further reading

      22. Concentration Increase of Unbound Testosterone in Plasma of the Mare throughout Pregnancy - PIERRE SILBERZAHN, ISMAIL ZWAIN, BERNARD MARTIN 07/1984

        Article Further reading

      23. Progesterone - E L Squires

        Chapter Further reading

      24. Endocrinology of Pregnancy - E L Squires

        Chapter Further reading

      25. Endometrial oxytocin receptor and uterine prostaglandin secretion in mares during the oestrous cycle and early pregnancy - G. R. Starbuck, T. A. E. Stout, G. E. Lamming, W. R. Allen 01/07/1998

        Article Further reading

      26. Relaxin activity in the pregnant mare - D R Stewart, G Stabenfeldt

        Article Further reading

      27. Immunolocalisation of oxytocin in the uterus of the mare - E D Watson, T S Bjorkstein, J Buckingham, E Nikolakopoulis

        Article Further reading

      28. Prostaglandin E2 secretion by oviductal transport-stage equine embryos - J A Weber, D A Freeman, D K Vanderwall, G L Wood

        Article Further reading

      29. Biology of Reproduction 1991

        Journal Further reading

      30. Prostaglandin E2 hastens oviductal transport of equine embryos - J A Weber, D A Freeman, D K Vanderwall, G L Wood

        Article Further reading

    7. Endocrine Control of Parturition in the Mare 20 items
      1. FOETAL AND MATERNAL PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF 13,14-DIHYDRO-15-OXO-PROSTAGLANDIN F IN THE MARE DURING LATE PREGNANCY AND AT PARTURITION - R. J. BARNES, R. S. COMLINE, L. B. JEFFCOTT, M. D. MITCHELL 01/08/1978

        Article Further reading

      2. Length of gestation periods of horses and ponies belonging to different breeds - H. Bos, G.J.W. van der Mey 1980-3

        Article Further reading

      3. Relaxin as a New Hormone* - GILLIAN D. BRYANT-GREENWOOD 01/1982

        Article Further reading

      4. Factors which influence parturition in the mare and development of the foal - Sandra Campitelli, C. Carenzi, Marina Verga 11/1982

        Article Further reading

      5. Factors affecting gestation length in the Thoroughbred mare - M.C.G Davies Morel, J.R Newcombe, S.J Holland 12/2002

        Article Further reading

      6. The control of placental steroid synthesis at parturition in domestic animals - A.P.F. Flint, A.P. Ricketts, V.A. Craig 1979-6

        Article Further reading

      7. Correlation between Oxytocin Receptor Concentration and Responsiveness to Oxytocin in Pregnant Rat Myometrium: Effects of Ovarian Steroids* - ANNA-RIITTA FUCHS, SUMUDRA PERIYASAMY, MARIA ALEXANDROVA, MELVYN S. SOLOFF 08/1983

        Article Further reading

      8. Gestation, Prenatal Physiology and Parturition - M R Jainudeen, E S E Hafez

        Chapter Further reading

      9. Twinning as a cause of foetal and neonatal loss in the Thoroughbred mare - L.B. Jeffcott, Katherine E. Whitwell 1973-1

        Article Further reading