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ANS 220 EXAM 4 4/28/09 1. (4) Which has a greater impact on the length of the postpartum anestrous period, prepartum or postpartum nutrition? What can a producer use to determine the nutritional status of an animal? 2. (4) What is the difference in the mechanism of induced ovulation between camelids and cats? 3. (6) Describe the neuroendocrine pathway by which light can regulate reproductive hormone secretion. 4. (6) Why do females retain their GnRH surge center while males lose theirs? 5. (4) Which reaches puberty at a younger age, a lamb born in spring or one born in fall and why? 6. (6) Define nutritional flushing and the hormonal changes it causes. 7. (4) Name two factors that affect the rate of uterine involution.
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8. (4) A kangaroo with an embryo in diapause loses the joey from the pouch. What happens to the embryo and why? 9. (6) A 1000 cow dairy farm had 790 calves born last year. They used 1600 inseminations and an average calving interval of 580 days. Calculate the services per conception, days open and net calf crop. Show your calculations. Which areas
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