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an·es·trous

(an-es'trŭs),
Relating to the anestrus.
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anestrous

(ăn′ĕs′trəs)
adj.
1. Not exhibiting estrus.
2. Of or relating to anestrus.
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Moreover, our earlier study demonstrated that salsolinol infusion into the IIIv of unstressed, anestrous sheep reduced DA concentration within the IN/ME to an undetectable level [116].
Tomaszewska-Zaremba, "Effect of endotoxin on the expression of GnRH and GnRHR genes in the hypothalamus and anterior pituitary gland of anestrous ewes," Animal Reproduction Science, vol.
Examination of vaginal smears from these individuals indicated that the largest proportion of females were in proestrous (221 individuals, 48%), followed by the estrous (141 individuals, 31%), metestrous (70 individuals, 15%), and anestrous stage (25 individuals, 6%).
It can be referred to reducing estrus period, increasing fetal mortality, increasing probability of abortion and anestrous, reduction in lactation and enhancement of interval between calving and fertility [1,3,10,16].
[4] Bennett-Wimbush K, Loch W E, Plata-Madrid H, Evans T, The effects of perphenazine and bromocriptine on follicular dynamics and endocrine profiles in anestrous pony mares, Theriogenology, 49 (1997) 717.
These fixed-time AI systems work well for the synchronization of estrus/ovulation, and also for the induction of cyclicity in anestrous animals.
Each year these seasonal breeders experience an anestrous period during which they fail to exhibit ovarian cycles.
Additionally, we noted if a male's testes were regressed or descended, and if females were anestrous or pregnant.