The theriogenology section considers research covering all areas of animal reproduction. This includes, but not limited to, studies on male and female reproductive physiology, sexual differentiation, endocrinology, gamete physiology and preservation, in vitro fertilization, hormonal manipulation of reproduction, pregnancy physiology, reproductive pathology, and diagnosis and treatment of reproductive disorders.
Surgical castration versus chemical castration in donkeys: response of stress, lipid profile and redox potential biomarkers
Castration is a husbandry practice raising important questions on the welfare and physiological status of farm animals. Searching for effective castration methods that minimally compromise the body physiology ...
Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2020 16:310