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“…These results differ from the majority of data for different breeds, in which the gestation length for colts was longer than that for fillies (Bos and Van Der Mey, 1980;Davies Morel et al, 2002;Pérez et al, 2003;Valera et al, 2006;Satué et al, 2011a b;Aoki et al, 2012;McCue and Ferris, 2012). Only few publications were not able to detect a significant influence of gender on the length of gestation (Campitelli et al, 1982;Valente et al, 2006), as it was found in our study. As a tendency of longer gestation for colts (P = 0.074) was found, probably an increase in the number of observations could have been able to find an effect of gender.…”
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“…These results differ from the majority of data for different breeds, in which the gestation length for colts was longer than that for fillies (Bos and Van Der Mey, 1980;Davies Morel et al, 2002;Pérez et al, 2003;Valera et al, 2006;Satué et al, 2011a b;Aoki et al, 2012;McCue and Ferris, 2012). Only few publications were not able to detect a significant influence of gender on the length of gestation (Campitelli et al, 1982;Valente et al, 2006), as it was found in our study. As a tendency of longer gestation for colts (P = 0.074) was found, probably an increase in the number of observations could have been able to find an effect of gender.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
“…Regarding the effect of parity, primiparous mares had longer gestation than multiparous mares, with a mean of 347.76 ± 1.90 days for primiparous mares (Table 2), and these results corroborate those found by Pool-Anderson et al (1994), Valente et al (2006), Satué et al (2011b) and Kuhl et al (2015). According to Valera et al (2006), the gestation length decreases until the fourth and fifth parity, then increases progressively in subsequent births.…”
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“…Our dataset included five breeds for which we also found values of mean gestation length in the literature (Table 1). In Arabs, our dataset resulted in a mean gestation length of 342 days and literature results range from 330.42 (Valente et al, 2006) to 340.3 (Valera et al, 2006) days. For Freiberger (341.9 days) only one comparing study could be found with an average gestation length of 336.5 days (Giger et al, 1996).…”
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“…This is hypothesized to be caused by testosterone or chromosome linked effects (Cilek, 2009), differences in the interaction with endocrine control of parturition (Jainudeen and Hafez, 2000), or a more developed allontochorion in colts (Wilsher and Allen, 2003). In contrast to the high number of publications on this subject, two studies could not find differences between male and female foals (El-Wishy et al, 1990;Valente et al, 2006).…”
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