Summary. Major genetic differences in hormone-induced ovulation rate were not explained by strain differences in age at puberty, by maturation and ovulation of follicles by endogenous gonadotrophins, or by differential responses to gonadotrophins at different ages. The major genetic differences in hormone-induced ovulation rate were explained by strain differences in ovarian responsiveness to exogenous gonadotrophins.
Keywords: ovulation rate; mouse; genetic differences
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