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The period between two estrus (heat) cycles.
Synonym(s): anoestrus.
[G. a- priv. + oistros, a gadfly, mad desire (estrus)]
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Misztal, "Does central IL-1[beta] affect GnRH secretion in the hypothalamus of anoestrous ewes via different regulatory pathways?," Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, vol.
Effects of body condition at calving and feeding level after calving on LH profiles and the duration of the post-partum anoestrous period in beef cows.
Bartlewski MP, Vanderpol J, Beard PA, Cook JS, Rawlings CN (2000) Ovarian antral follicular dynamics and their associations with peripheral concentrations of gonadotropins and ovarian steroids in anoestrous Finnish Landrace ewes.
The poor nutrition and high environmental temperature are the two major factors responsible for long anoestrous in Murrah buffaloes (Kaur and Arora, 1984).
Present study was designed to investigate some macro and micro minerals in plasma of crossbred cattle of cyclic, anoestrous cows, repeat breeding cows and anoestrous heifers categories in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.
Effect of FSH on ovarian inhibin secretion in anoestrous ewes.
The acute effect of bull presence on plasma profiles of luteinizing hormone in postpartum, anoestrous dairy cows.
Out of 16 anoestrous buffaloes 06 (37.50%) showed estrous symptoms with polyherbal formulation and after repeating the treatment, the estrous percentage increased to 70%.
The latter is based on previous work, when using small doses of naloxone in the ewe and sow it was observed that the presence and duration of estrus is facilitated [13, 14] and furthermore, naloxone in small doses decreased the plasma levels of Prolactin in anoestrous ewes [16].
Earlier study using GnRH (Husein and Kridli, 2003) indicates that progesterone pretreatment has a marked effect on ability of small doses of GnRH (250 ng) to induce ovulation and normal luteal function in seasonally anoestrous ewes.