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Martin Maquivar

Martin Maquivar

Martin Maquivar

Associate Professor
Clark Hall 137
509-335-6192
martin.maquivar@wsu.edu

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Applied Reproductive Management and Technology
Reproductive Management of Ruminants. My primary area of research emphasis is in applied reproductive management and physiology of beef and dairy cattle.

Specific Research Areas:

  • Development, implementation and optimization of practical programs for synchronization of estrus, follicular development and estrus detection in beef cattle.
  • Understanding the nutritional and endocrinological mechanisms that drive the sexual maturation and the onset of puberty in males and females.
  • Development of a non-antimicrobial therapies to alleviate clinical metritis and endometritis and improve reproductive performance in dairy cattle.