anestrous


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an·es·trous

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

anestrous

(ăn′ĕs′trəs)
adj.
1. Not exhibiting estrus.
2. Of or relating to anestrus.
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Four hours of daily contact with sexually active males is sufficient to induce fertile ovulation in anestrous goats.
Cosens and Blouw (1999) suggested that adult males and anestrous females occupied another part of the range, probably northwestern Hudson Bay.
These long postpartum anestrous intervals eventually result in poor reproductive efficiency.
Improvement of reproductive performance in crossbred zebu anestrous primiparous cows by treatment with norgestomet implants or 96 h calf removal.
Anestrous and repeat breeding in bovines are two of the most serious reproductive problems affecting 30-40% of total cattle and buffalo population followed by uterine infection.
Stimulation of follicular activity and estrous behavior in anestrous mares with light and temperature.
Pulsatil infusion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone initiates luteal activity in nutritionally anestrous beef cows.
However, common risk factors associated with reduced fertility in cattle include: abnormalities of the oocytes associated with impaired quality due to stresses or prolonged dominance, impaired embryonic development and compromised pregnancy recognition signal, prolonged postpartum anestrous, uterine and other periparturient diseases, infectious diseases, excessive loss of body condition score early postpartum, heat stress, increased parity, and dietary ingredients.
Although domestic cattle are not facultative seasonal breeders, photoperiod has been shown to influence the length of the postpartum anestrous period.