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semen of animals and artificial insemination.

J. P. Maule

semen of animals and artificial insemination.

by J. P. Maule

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Published by Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux in Farnham Royal, Bucks, Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial insemination.

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    SeriesCommonwealth Bureau of Animal Breeding and Genetics. Technical communication -- no. 15., Technical communication (Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Breeding and Genetics) -- no. 15.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination420 p.
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16609608M

    This publication comprises a comprehensive summary of the extensive literature which has accumulated, mainly in recent years, on the various aspects of artificial insemination. The main text covers literature up to the latter part of ; additional matter and later publications are dealt with in a supplement. "The publication is in three parts.   Particularities of Bovine Artificial Insemination, Artificial Insemination in Farm Animals, Milad Manafi, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from: Antonio Nelson Lima da Costa, Airton Alencar de Araujo and Jose Valmir Feitosa (June 21st ).

    6. Artificial Insemination. Artificial insemination (AI) is indicated when the male is physically incapable of mounting or penetrating the bitch, when there are vaginal abnormalities such as strictures, or when the bitch refuses to stand for breeding. Semen for AI is collected using a plastic centrifuge tube and rubber latex artificial vagina. Artificial Insemination: Current and Future Trends Jane M. Morrell Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden 1. Introduction The chapter will deal with the use of artificial insemination (AI) in animals and humans, both currently and in the future, with particular emphasis on comparative aspects between species.

    Development of follicles was assessed by ultrasonic imaging 15 May 81 with 1 animal (Group I), 3 animals (Group 3) and 1 control having follicles 3 cm diameter. All females were inseminated with semen diluted in BES-TRIS-Yolk on 13, 15, and 17 May '81 w , and x 10 6 sperm cells on the respective dates. animal breeding sheep breeding, commonwealth bureau of animal breeding and genetics, animal breeding, sheep breeding Historical information "The semen of animals and artificial insemination" J P Maule, Last updated 3 Sep at AM.


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Semen of Animals and Artificial Insemination (Animal Breeding Technical Commentary) Hardcover – January 1, by J.P. Maule (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: J.P. Maule. Get this from a library. The semen of animals and artificial insemination. [John Patrick Maule]. Book: The semen of animals and artificial insemination.

+ pp. Abstract: The first pages, together with 40 pages of references by D. Melrose deal with artificial insemination artificial insemination Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and EquipmentCited by: Successor to The semen of animals and its use for artificial insemination, by J.

Anderson. Description: xviii, pages illustrations. Series Title: Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Breeding and Genetics. Technical communication, no. Equine Artificial Insemination Research into equine artificial insemination has recently expanded with increasing horse numbers, the developing leisure interest in horse riding and the realisation of the economic advantages of artificial insemination.

This book provides a detailed reference book on the subject and covers its historical development, relevant equine physiology, current practices. Uttarakhand government is aiming to artificially insemin animals in each of the 13 districts of the state under the second phase of nationwide artificial insemination scheme.

Artificial insemination (AI) is the manual placement of semen in the reproductive tract of the female by a method other than natural mating.

It is one of a group of technologies commonly known as “assisted reproduction technologies” (ART), whereby offspring are generated by facilitating the meeting of gametes (spermatozoa and oocytes).

Artificial Insemination in Farm Animals. By Milad Manafi June Artificial insemination is used instead of natural mating for reproduction purposes and its chief priority is that the desirable characteristics of a bull or other male livestock animal can be passed on more quickly and to more progeny than if that animal is mated with females in a natural fashion.

Buck's semen for Artificial Insemination. Recent advances in the subject have been thoroughly reviewed and literature is added upto I sincerely hope that this book will be found most useful for the students of Veterinary and Animal Sciences; persons engaged in semen processing.

and freezing laboratories, persons engaged in training. The history of artificial insemination: Selected notes and notables1 R. Foote2 Department of Animal Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY ABSTRACT: Artificial insemination (AI) was the first great biotechnology applied to improve reproduc-tion and genetics of farm animals.

It has had an enor. This chapter deals with usage of AI for farm animals such as cattle, swine, horses, and sheep. Live mounts‐such as a teaser female, another male, or a castrated male‐are the most successful techniques for routine semen collection.

The exception is that teaser animals for. Artificial insemination (AI) is the manual placement of semen in the reproductive tract of the female by a method other than natural mating which is one of a group of technologies commonly known.

Historical background; The organs of reproduction; The role of hormones in reproduction; Evaluation of semen by chemical analysis; Factors influencing the quality and quantity of semen; Dairy cattle; Beef cattle; Buffaloes; Horses and Jackstock; Sheep and goats; Swine; Poultry; Dogs; Honeybees; Fronzen semen; The shipping of semen; Livestock improvement and artificial insemination; Disease and.

READ: How artificial insemination adds value to the cow herd. Beyond that, the disadvantages are that AI has some management limitations, especially in commercial herds. And sexed semen seems to work better in heifers than in mature cows.

A lot of that has to do with managing fixed-time or split-time AI on cows with a calf at side. Cseh S, Faigl V, Amiridis GS () Semen processing and artificial insemination in health management of small ruminants. Anim Reprod Sci – PubMed CrossRef PubMedCentral Google Scholar de Graaf SP, Evans G, Maxwell WM, Downing JA, O'Brien JK () Successful low dose insemination of flow cytometrically sorted ram spermatozoa in sheep.

An artificial insemination (A.I.) technician uses specific tools to insert semen into female animals to assist with impregnation in the breeding of livestock species.

An A.I. technician must understand animal anatomy to ensure correct placement of semen in the reproductive tract. They store, transport, thaw and prepare semen for insemination.

Microbiology and Diseases of Semen. Anatomy and Physiology of the Mare. Uterine Edema of the Mare. Breeding Management of the Mare.

Artificial Insemination With Cooled Semen. Artificial Insemination With Frozen Semen. Embryo Transfer. Preservation of Equine Embryos.

Assisted Reproductive Techniques in the. Introduction. Artificial insemination (AI) is a fundamental procedure for the development of sheep improvement programs (Anel et al., ).Inseminate volume and number of motile spermatozoa vary depending on the AI procedure (vaginal, cervical, trans-cervical intrauterine, laparoscopic intrauterine) and procedure for semen preservation (fresh, liquid, frozen).

THE SEMEN OF ANIMALS AND ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION THE SEMEN OF ANIMALS AND ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION J. to describe the changes that occurred in the animal when its diet lacked certain trace elements, rather than describe the exact role of these nutrients in animal nutrition. Because of the considerable increase in our knowledge of the roles of such.

The first scientific research in artificial insemination of domestic animals was performed on dogs in by the Italian scientist, Lazanno Spalbanzani.

His experiments proved that the fertilizing power reside in the spermatozoa and not in the liquid portion of semen. The book is devoted to introduction to andrology, puberty, sexual maturity, sexual behaviour and libido in domestic animals, forms of male infertility- abnormalities, malformations, diseases of male genitalia, their diagnosis and treatment, artificial insemination technology in cattle, semen collection, semen evaluation, semen and its.Semen of Animals and Its Use for Artificial Insemination (PB) [James Anderson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Semen of Animals and Its Use for Artificial Insemination (PB)Author: James Anderson.Transporting semen, rather than live animals, to distant geographic locations is a great advantage of AI over natural service.

Artificial insemination is also used when behavioral problems, such as partner preference, or physical problems, such as vaginal prolapse, prevent copulation of the desired pair.