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Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of the Bluetongue Epizooty in the Balkan Peninsula from 2014 to February 2015

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Detection Of Equine Arteritis Virus In The Semen Of Stallions In The Republic Of Serbia

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Changes in the Concentrations of Acute Phase Proteins in Calves during the first Month of Life / Promene Koncentracije Proteina Akutne Faze Tokom Prvog Meseca Života Teladi

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Increased Activity of Hippocampal Antioxidant Enzymes as an Important Adaptive Phenomenon of the Antioxidant Defense System in Chronically Stressed Rats

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Concentrations of bone morphogenetic protein-15 (BMP-15) and growth differentiation factor-9 (GDF-9) in follicular cysts, mono - and polyoocyte follicles in gilts

MM Eppig JJ: Synergistic roles of BMP15 and GDF9 in the development and function of the oocyte-cumulus cell complex in mice: genetic evidence for an oocyte-granulosa cell regulatory loop. Dev Biol 2004, 27: 64-73. 7. Paradis F, Novak S, Murdoch GK, Dyck MK, Dixon WT, Foxcroft GR: Temporal regulation of BMP2, BMP6, BMP15, GDF9, BMPR1A, MPR1B, BMPR2 and TGFBR1 mRNA expression in the oocyte, granulosa and theca cells of developing preovulatory follicles in the pig. Reproduction 2009, 138: 115-129. 8. Stankiewicz T, Błaszczyk B, Udała J

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SNP Genetic Diversity Within a Fragment of the Gene Myo15a Responsible for the Hearing Process in a Population of Farmed and Free-Living Animals of the Canidae Family/SNP Genetski Deverzitet U Okviru Fragmenta Gena Myo15a, Odgovornog Za Sluh U Populaciji Životinja Familije Canidae U Uslovima Farmskog I Slobodnog Uzgoja

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Macro-Elements Composition of Cystic and Follicular Fluid in the Ovaries and their Relationship to Peripheral Blood Concentration in Sows / Odnos Sastava Makroelemenata Folikularne I Cistične Tečnosti Jajnika I Njihove Koncentracije U Perifernoj Krvi Krmača

, Sun YF, Yi KL, Chen L, Li XY, Wang XL, Zhou X: Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Follicular Fluids from Normal and Cystic Follicles in Sows. Reprod Dom Anim 2011, 46, 889-895. 15. Hunter MG, Robinson RS, Mann GE, Webb R: Endocrine and paracrine control of follicular development and ovulation rate in farm species. Anim Reprod Sci 2004, 82-83: 461-477. 16. Paradis F, Novak S, Murdoch GK, Dyck MK, Dixon WT, Foxcroft GR: Temporal regulation of BMP2, BMP6, BMP15, GDF9, BMPR1A, MPR1B, BMPR2 and TGFBR1 mRNA expression in the oocyte

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Impact of climate change on ivy (Hedera helix L.) expansion in forests of Central Poland

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Preliminary serological and molecular investigation of selected viral pathogens in Croatian cervid species

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Looking for the causes of and solutions to the issue of honey bee colony losses

:1302-1329. 119. Fries I: Nosema ceranae in European honey bees ( Apis mellifera ). J Invertebr Pathol 2010, 103:S73–S79. 120. Gisder S, Hedtke K, Möckel N, Frielitz MC, Linde A, Genersch E: Five-year cohort study of Nosema spp. in Germany: does climate shape virulence and assertiveness of Nosema ceranae ? Appl Environ Microb 2010, 76:3032–3038. 121. Gisder S, Schüler V, Horchler LL, Groth D, Genersch E: Long-term temporal trends of Nosema spp. infection prevalence in Northeast Germany: Continuous spread of N. ceranae , an emerging pathogen of honey bees

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