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Current Topics in Reproductive Physiology and Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Farm and Wildlife Animals
Submission Deadline: Apr. 15, 2015
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Edward Ferguson
Department of Agricultural Sciences Lake Charles, McNeese State University, Los Angeles, California, USA
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This publication will be a collage of current research about improving pregnancy rates in farm animals with focus on estrus synchronization protocols, artificial insemination strategies and other assisted reproductive technologies. Hopefully, some data from zoo and wildlife animals can be included in this edition. There are several colleagues with data in wildlife species and I am hopefully they will have some research to contribute. The majority of the issue will be dedicated to farm animals and the physiology of reproduction in these animals.
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