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      A seasonal difference in ovine peripheral plasma prolactin and progesterone concentrations in early pregnancy and in the relationship between the two hormones.

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      Journal of reproduction and fertility

      Bioscientifica

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          In the first 11 days of pregnancy, progesterone and prolactin levels were significantly correlated (P less than 0.05), positively in December-mated animals (r = 0.889) and negatively in those mated in March (r = 0.865).

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          Journal
          J Reprod Fertil
          Journal of reproduction and fertility
          Bioscientifica
          0022-4251
          0022-4251
          Jan 1978
          : 52
          : 1
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          10.1530/jrf.0.0520079
          621701

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