• Enjalbert F
  • PV 227
  • Juillet-août 2002
  • : Bovins

Schémas complémentaires (Relations entre perte d'état corporel post-partum et performances de reproduction, Relations entre perte d'état corporel post-partum et performances de reproduction, Relation entre déficit énergétique et date de première ovulation, Relation entre déficit énergétique et reprise d'activité ovarienne, Conséquences d'un bilan énergétique négatif sur l'expression des chaleurs, Relation entre quantité et nature des matières azotées et reproduction, Relation entre urémie et taux de réussite à l'insémination, Relations entre apport azoté et pourcentage de vaches gravides).

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