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Effects of Escherichia coli– and Staphylococcus aureus-induced mastitis in lactating cows on oocyte developmental competence

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Incorporation of Discrete Genotype Effects for Multiple Genes into Animal Model Evaluations when only a Small Fraction of the Population Has Been Genotyped

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Golik M. et al, – 2011  J Dairy Science 94: 2092-2102
Differential expression of ruminant ZNF496 variants: Association with quantitative trait locus affecting bovine milk concentration and fertility

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A genome scan for QTL influencing milk production and health traits in dairy cattle

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Estimation of candidate gene effects in dairy cattle populations.

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A Whole Genome Scan for Quantitative Trait Loci Affecting Milk Protein Percentage in Israeli-Holstein Cattle, by Means of Selective Milk DNA Pooling in a Daughter Design, Using an Adjusted False Discovery Rate Criterion

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The Multifactorial Approach to Fertility Problems in Dairy Herds 

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A complete genome scan of the Israeli Holstein population for quantitative trait loci by a daughter design.

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A Polymorphism in ABCG2 in Bos indicus and Bos taurus Cattle Breeds

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Sire and Maternal Grandsire Effects on Calving Difficulty and Calf Mortality in Israeli Holsteins

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Comparison of methods for the synchronization of estrous cycles in dairy cows. 1. Effects on plasma progesterone and manifestation of estrus.

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Effect of treatment with follicle-stimulating hormone or bovine somatotropin on the quality of oocytes aspirated in the autumn from previously heat-stressed cows.

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Endocrine milieu and developmental dynamics of ovarian cysts and persistent follicles in postpartum dairy cows

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Immediate and delayed effects of heat stress on follicular development and its association with plasma FSH and inhibin concentration in cows.

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Improvement of quality of oocytes collected in the autumn by enhanced removal of impaired follicles from previously heat-stressed cows

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Induction of Follicular turnover to Improve Fertility in Dairy cows Exposed to Summer Heat Stress 

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Delayed effect of low progesterone concentrations on bovine uterine PGF(2alpha) secretion in the subsequent oestrous cycle.

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Two methods of inducing low plasma progesterone concentrations have different effects on dominant follicles in cows.

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A genome scan for quantitative trait loci affecting milk somatic cell score in Israeli and Italian Holstein cows by means of selective DNA pooling with single- and multiple-marker mapping

 

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A new approach to the problem of multiple comparisons in the genetic dissection of complex traits

 

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A simple procedure for obtaining approximate interim cow solutions from an animal model.

 

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Comparison of Multitrait and Single-Trait Multiple Parity Evaluations by Monte Carlo Simulation

 

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Detection and Analysis of Quantitative Trait Loci Affecting Production and Secondary Traits on Chromosome 7 in Israeli Holsteins

 

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Detection of Quantitative Trait Loci Affecting Twinning Rate in Israeli Holsteins by the Daughter Design

 

Weller JI, Folman Y. – 1990 J. Dairy Science 73:1318-1326
Effects of Calf Value and Reproductive Management on Optimum Days to First Breeding 

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Effects of Days Open on Annualized Milk Yields in Current and Following Lactations

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Effects of Persistency and Production on the Genetic Parameters of Milk and Fat Yield in Israeli-Holsteins

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Estimation of quantitative trait locus allele frequency via a modified granddaughter design

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Factors Affecting Incorrect Paternity Assignment in the Israeli Holstein Population


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Genetic Analysis of Dystocia and Calf Mortality in Israeli-Holsteins by Threshold and Linear Models

 

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Genetic Analysis of Fertility Traits in Israeli Dairy Cattle

 

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Genetic analysis of fertility traits in Israeli Holsteins by linear and threshold models.

 

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Genetic Analysis of Persistency in the Israeli Holstein Population by the Multitrait Animal Model

 

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Genetic analysis of somatic cell score and female fertility of Israeli Holsteins with an individual animal model.

 

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Inclusion of Partial Lactations in the Genetic Analysis of Yield Traits by Differential Weighting of Records

 

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Population-wide analysis of a QTL affecting milk-fat production in the Israeli Holstein population

 

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Power of daughter and granddaughter designs for determining linkage between marker loci and quantitative trait loci in dairy cattle.

 

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Quantitative trait nucleotide determination in the era of genomic selection

 

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Hyperthermia and Body Energy Store Effects on Estrous Behavior, Conception Rate, and Corpus Luteum Function in Dairy Cows

 

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Effects of dietary fats differing in n-6:n-3 ratio fed to high-yielding dairy cows on fatty acid composition of ovarian compartments, follicular status, and oocyte quality


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Seasonal changes in bovine fertility: relation to developmental competence of oocytes, membrane properties and fatty acid composition of follicles.


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