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Reproductive physiology of the female black rhinoceros : Diceros bicornis
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Principal supervisorPrincipal supervisor
Year of Award2002
Department, School or CentreInstitute of Reproduction and Development
CourseMaster of Science
FacultyFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
CategoriesNo categories selected
Rhinoceros (Genus) New South Wales ReproductionRhinoceros (Genus) Breeding New South WalesRhinoceroses New South Wales ReproductionRhinoceroses Breeding New South WalesBlack rhinoceros New South Wales ReproductionBlack rhinoceros Breeding New South WalesCaptive wild animals New South WalesReproduction (Psychology)Steroid hormones