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Figure 2 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: Effects of nutritional cues on the duration of the winter anovulatory phase and on associated hormone levels in adult female Welsh pony horses (Equus caballus)

Figure 2

Percentage of cyclic mares. The 3 groups were maintained under natural photoperiodic conditions and fed with 3 different diets. The WF and R groups received a diet supplying approximately 100% and 50% of energy requirements for maintenance, respectively. The V group was fed in order to mimic variations of energy availability in natural grasslands, but about 4-5 months in advance of phase relative to the beginning of natural availability of grass in pastures.

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