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Reviews of Reproduction
Contents: January 1 2000, Volume 5, Issue 1
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Articles:

RA Milvae
Inter-relationships between endothelin and prostaglandin F2alpha in corpus luteum function
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 1-5. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MB Renfree
Maternal recognition of pregnancy in marsupials
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 6-11. [Abstract] [PDF]  

WC Duncan
The human corpus luteum: remodelling during luteolysis and maternal recognition of pregnancy
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 12-17. [Abstract] [PDF]  

CJ Ashworth, N Hoggard, L Thomas, JG Mercer, JM Wallace, and RG Lea
Placental leptin
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 18-24. [Abstract] [PDF]  

GW Montgomery
Genome mapping in ruminants and map locations for genes influencing reproduction
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 25-37. [Abstract] [PDF]  

R Mattos, CR Staples, and WW Thatcher
Effects of dietary fatty acids on reproduction in ruminants
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 38-45. [Abstract] [PDF]  

MR Curry
Cryopreservation of semen from domestic livestock
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 46-52. [Abstract] [PDF]  

TM Rowlands, JM Symonds, R Farookhi, and OW Blaschuk
Cadherins: crucial regulators of structure and function in reproductive tissues
Rev Reprod 2000 5: 53-61. [Abstract] [PDF]  

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