Effect of Using Progesterone Releasing Intravaginal Device with Ovsynch Program on Reproduction in Dairy Cattle during Summer Season
M. Alnimer, W. Lubbadeh
Asian-Australas J Anim Sci. 2003;16(9):1268-1273.   Published online 2003 Jan 1     DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.2003.1268
Citations to this article as recorded by Crossref logo
Therapeutic potential of amniotic fluid stem cells to treat bilateral ovarian dystrophy in dairy cows in a subtropical region
L-B Chang, S-Y Peng, C-J Chou, Y-J Chen, J-S Shiu, P-A Tu, S-X Gao, Y-C Chen, T-K Lin, S-C Wu
Reproduction in Domestic Animals.2018; 53(2): 433.     CrossRef
GnRH and prostaglandin-based synchronization protocols as alternatives to progestogen-based treatments in sheep
M Rekik, A Haile, A Abebe, D Muluneh, S Goshme, I Ben Salem, M El-Dine Hilali, N Lassoued, Y Chanyalew, B Rischkowsky
Reproduction in Domestic Animals.2016; 51(6): 924.     CrossRef
Estrus Synchronization in Sheep and Goats Using Combinations of GnRH, Progestagen and Prostaglandin F2α
HH Titi, RT Kridli, MA Alnimer
Reproduction in Domestic Animals.2008;[Epub]     CrossRef
Effect of progesterone (P4) intravaginal device (CIDR) to reduce embryonic loss and to synchronize return to oestrus of previously timed inseminated lactating dairy cows
Mufeed A. Alnimer, Wadie F. Lubbadeh
Animal Reproduction Science.2008; 107(1-2): 36.     CrossRef
The Effect of Progesterone and Oestradiol Benzoate on Fertility of Artificially Inseminated Repeat-breeder Dairy Cows during Summer
MA Alnimer, MQ Husein
Reproduction in Domestic Animals.2007; 42(4): 363.     CrossRef