• Saint-Dizier M
  • SPERural 2005
  • Mai 2005
  • : Reproduction
  • : Bovins
  • : Bibliographie

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Congrès
7. Disenhaus C. Mise à la reproduction chez la vache laitière : actualités sur la cyclicité post-partum et l'oestrus. 2e Journée d'actualités en reproduction des ruminants. École nationale vétérinaire d'Alfort. 9 sept 2004.
8. Diskin MG, Sreenan JM. Expression and detection of oestrus in cattle. 16e Réunion de l'association européenne de transfert d'embryons. Santander. 8-9 septembre 2000.
33. Ponsart C, Humblot P. Détection des chaleurs chez les bovins. Journée de la société française de buiatrie. Paris. 29 au 31 oct 2002.

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