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Journal January 2010 (Vol 32, No 1)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Enhancing Reproductive Performance in Mares

1. The transition period in mares can be shortened by treatment with
2. The effect of domperidone on the induction of cyclicity in mares is mediated through
3. In mares, the corpus luteum is mature and responsive to PGF at _____ days after ovulation.
4. After estrus synchronization induced by progestogens or PGF ovulation can occur after __________ in mares.
5. Estrus in cycling mares is synchronized best if treatment begins with
6. Ovulation can be induced in mares within 48 hours by injection of
7. In mares susceptible to postbreeding endometritis, the uterus can be lavaged with lactated Ringer's solution ______after insemination.
8. Antimicrobials can be administered into the uterus _____ after the use of oxytocin to evacuate uterine intraluminal fluid in a mare with postbreeding endometritis.
9. To maintain pregnancy in the beginning of gestation before endometrial cup formation, the endogenous progesterone concentration should be at least _____ ng/mL.
10. Adverse effects of progestin supplementation include
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