The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Insemination, Dairy cattle, Obstetrics, Lactation and Animal science. His studies deal with areas such as Fertility, Ice calving, Estrous cycle, Artificial insemination and Gynecology as well as Insemination. His Estrous cycle research includes themes of Estrus Detection, Ovulation and Pregnancy rate.
Dairy cattle is frequently linked to Herd in his study. His Obstetrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Odds ratio and Gestation, Conceptus. Fernando López-Gatius focuses mostly in the field of Animal science, narrowing it down to matters related to Reproduction and, in some cases, Analysis of variance.
His primary areas of investigation include Dairy cattle, Animal science, Andrology, Gestation and Insemination. In his study, Odds ratio and Pregnancy Maintenance is strongly linked to Obstetrics, which falls under the umbrella field of Dairy cattle. His research in Animal science is mostly focused on Estrous cycle.
His Andrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Corpus luteum, Follicular phase, Fetus and Embryo. His Gestation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coxiella burnetii, Neospora caninum, Herd and Antibody. His studies in Insemination integrate themes in fields like Uterus, Gynecology, Semen and Artificial insemination.
Fernando López-Gatius focuses on Andrology, Twin Pregnancy, Dairy cattle, Ovulation and Animal science. Fernando López-Gatius combines subjects such as Neospora, Neospora caninum, Gestation, Fetus and Embryo with his study of Andrology. His work deals with themes such as Corpus luteum, Hormone, Retained placenta and Insemination, which intersect with Twin Pregnancy.
His Dairy cattle research integrates issues from Herd, Beef cattle, Abortion and Obstetrics. The Ovulation study combines topics in areas such as Follicular phase and Human fertilization. Fernando López-Gatius works in the field of Animal science, namely Estrous cycle.
His main research concerns Andrology, Dairy cattle, Follicle, Twin Pregnancy and Ovary. His Andrology study combines topics in areas such as Ovulation and Neospora caninum. His research in Dairy cattle intersects with topics in Pregnancy Maintenance, Gestation and Obstetrics.
His Follicle study deals with Animal science intersecting with Insemination, Southern Hemisphere and Fertility. His Insemination research includes elements of Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Artificial insemination. Fernando López-Gatius has included themes like Follicular phase and Pregnancy rate in his Ovary study.
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Is fertility declining in dairy cattle?: A retrospective study in northeastern Spain
When is a cow in estrus? Clinical and practical aspects.
Judith Roelofs;Judith Roelofs;Fernando Lopez-Gatius;R. H. F. Hunter;Ven Eerdenburg.
Climate factors affecting conception rate of high producing dairy cows in northeastern Spain.
I. García-Ispierto;F. López-Gatius;G. Bech-Sabat;P. Santolaria.
Factors affecting pregnancy loss from gestation Day 38 to 90 in lactating dairy cows from a single herd
F López-Gatius;P Santolaria;J Yániz;J Rutllant.
Relationship between heat stress during the peri-implantation period and early fetal loss in dairy cattle.
I. García-Ispierto;F. López-Gatius;P. Santolaria;J.L. Yániz.
Walking activity at estrus and subsequent fertility in dairy cows
F. López-Gatius;P. Santolaria;I. Mundet;J.L. Yániz.
Ovulation failure and double ovulation in dairy cattle: risk factors and effects.
F. López-Gatius;M. López-Béjar;M. Fenech;R.H.F. Hunter.
Risk factors for postpartum ovarian cysts and their spontaneous recovery or persistence in lactating dairy cows
F López-Gatius;P Santolaria;J Yániz;M Fenech.
Effects of body condition score and score change on the reproductive performance of dairy cows: a meta-analysis
F. López-Gatius;J. Yániz;D. Madriles-Helm.
Seasonal heat stress: Clinical implications and hormone treatments for the fertility of dairy cows.
F. De Rensis;I. Garcia-Ispierto;F. López-Gatius.
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