Oestrous cycle, Biology

OESTROUS CYCLE -

Also known as heat period. Common in rabbit, cat, dog, sheeps.

In this period desire for copulation occur. Possibility of fertilization is 100%.

Posted Date: 10/3/2012 6:00:05 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Oestrous cycle, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Oestrous cycle, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Oestrous cycle Discussions

Write discussion on Oestrous cycle
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Zonation in the ocean? The oceans play a major role in determining the climate and sustaining life on earth. Oceans help to redistribute the solar energy, through ocean curr

Describe how to Analysis and Evaluation of JVP ? 1) Elevated: Any cause producing right ventricular, failure or in pericardial effusion and in constrictive pericardiitis when p

Hypertensive emergencies should be treated within one hour. Hypertensive urgencies may be treated more slowly. The term accelerated malignant hypertension is used when retinal haem

Draw A graph for an IV multiple infusion of a drug, and label on the graph where the trough (predose) blood draw would be collected and where the peak (postdose) blood draw would b

Q. Do protozoans have asexual or sexual reproduction ? In protozoans reproduction is asexual or sexual. The most frequent form of sexual reproduction is binary scissiparity or d

Trends in Succession - Ecology Succession is an important aspect of change in ecosystems and a simple description of successional communities the beginning of the story. We ne

Explain Measurement of Cell Mass - Microbial Estimation? You may recall reading earlier that filamentous bacteria and moulds cannot be counted satisfactorily by employing plate

Explain about Phytopinax written by Caspar Bauhin? A significant contribution to taxonomy was made at this time by Caspar Bauhin. His 'Phytopinax' (1596) described 2700 species

Implant surface affect Osseointegration Surface topography is critical as rough surfaces produce better bone fixation as compared with smooth surfaces, and osteoblast like cell

How are metarterioles different from arterioles? Explain how fenestrated capillaries are different than continuous capillaries in terms of their structure and function.