International collaboration in rabbit reproduction research: presentation of the irrg group.

C. Boiti


In this issue of "W0RD RABBIT SCIENCE", five papers deal with the so called "biostimulation" methods which are intended to increase the reproductive performance of rabbit without resort to exogenous hormones. This is not just a fortunate coincidence, but rather the evidence of the role undertaken by the IRRG (Intemational Rabbit Reproduction Group) on rabbit research. lt is my responsibility to briefly illustrate here the main objectives and the concerted actions on which our work-group is engaged.

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1. Oestrus induction in primiparous lactating rabbits by a 48 hours mother-litter separation: endocrine and behavioural responses
I. Ilès, Y. Benazzoug, A. Messili, S. Boukhari, C. Boiti
World Rabbit Science  vol: 21  issue: 3  year: 2013  
doi: 10.4995/wrs.2013.1248


 Universitat Politècnica de València


Official journal of the World Rabbit Science Association (WRSA)


e-ISSN: 1989-8886     ISSN: 1257-5011