University of Florida

ANS 3319C-Spring, 2017

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Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology in Domestic Animals

Course Objectives

  1. Familiarize students with the reproductive anatomy, physiology, and endocrinology of male and female domesticated animals including the cow, pig, horse, sheep, cat, dog, bird, and human.
  2. Introduce and discuss the interrelationships between reproductive hormones produced by the brain and reproductive glands and how they interact to control the reproductive processes of male and female domesticated animals including the cow, pig, horse, sheep, cat, dog, bird, and human
  3. Utilize the knowledge learned from Objectives 1 and 2 to introduce and discuss reproductive management practices that optimize reproductive efficiency of domesticated animals and humans.

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Joel Yelich, Ph.D.

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