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Cal·vé

(kahl-vā'),
Jacques, French orthopedic surgeon, 1875-1954. See: Calvé-Perthes disease, Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease.

calve

act of parturition by a cow or other mammal producing a calf as offspring.
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The 40% annual mortality of collared cows that had calved on the traditional Beverly calving grounds was twice as high as that of Ahiak cows for 2006-09.
An extreme numerical decline in the Beverly herd could have resulted in a shift in use of calving grounds so that the few remaining Beverly cows calved among the more abundant Ahiak cows on the coastal Queen Maud Gulf calving grounds and adopted the Ahiak herd's seasonal ranges.
To produce an income throughout the year, the cows are calved in three batches - 40 in September and October, 70 in May and 40 in February and March.
22 days for the buffaloes calved during winter season, while it was found to be minimum (216+-33.
Whereas the buffaloes calved during July-August usually breed and conceive during.
58 days based on 166 records when calved for the first time, whereas, the lower least squares mean for the service period was recorded as 221+-57.
33 number, who calved during the year 1997, while the smaller least squares mean of services per conception was recorded as 1.
The least squares means for services per conception of buffaloes calved in different seasons are indicated in Table-2.
5 days between heifers calved at the age of 22 and 36 months.
1 longer in comparison with cows that calved without assistance.
When the random effect of sires of calved cows was taken into account, stillbirth heritability increased two-fold, whereas the heritability of placental expulsion was reduced more than three-fold, and the heritability of calving ease decreased more than two-fold.
The model accounting for the random effect of sires of calved cows demonstrates moderate positive genetic correlations between GL vs.