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    • Distal bone lesions diagnosed by radiographic examination in dairy cows without claudication 

      Barbosa, Antonio Amaral; Luz, Gabriela Bueno; Torres, Anibal Janczak; Rabassa, Viviane Rohrig; Ulguim, Rafael da Rosa; Del Pino, Francisco Augusto Burkert; Corrêa, Márcio Nunes; Martins, Charles Ferreira (2018) [Journal article]
      Background: During decades, dairy cows have been selected for its productive character, with the main focus on the breeding production, being submitted to constant conditions of metabolic disorders, likewise submitted to ...
    • Effect of recombinant bovine somatotropin (rbST) treatment on follicular population and development in non-lactating dairy cows 

      Alvarado Rincón, Joao Alveiro; Mion, Bruna; Velasco Acosta, Diego Andres; Gasperin, Bernardo Garziera; Rovani, Monique Tomazele; Pegoraro, Lígia Margareth Cantarelli; Corrêa, Márcio Nunes; Schneider, Augusto (2019) [Journal article]
      The aim of this study was to evaluate the long term effects of recombinant bovine somatotropin (rbST) on follicle population and ovulatory follicle development in non-lactating dairy cows. Twenty-one Jersey cows were ...
    • Fatores de risco associados à retenção de placenta em vacas holandesas 

      Gonçalves, Rodrigo Schallenberger; Guagnini, Fábio de Souza; Storck, Daniel Jonas; Brose, Mariana de Mattos; Diaz Gonzalez, Felix Hilario; Dalto, André Gustavo Cabrera (2019) [Journal article]
      Background: Retained placenta (RP) is characterized by a failure to remove the fetal membranes within the first 12-24 h after calving. This condition appears to be related to a decrease in neutrophil activity and to the ...
    • Indicadores do controle endócrino em vacas leiteiras de alta produção e sua relação com a composição do leite 

      Campos, Rómulo; Diaz Gonzalez, Felix Hilario; Coldebella, Arlei; Lacerda, Luciana de Almeida (2005) [Journal article]
      A produção de leite é um desafio para o metabolismo energético. O controle endócrino regula a síntese e a secreção do leite, e a homeostasia da vaca leiteira. Os principais hormônios da lactação são cortisol, insulina, ...