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We investigated the use of duck egg yolk (DEY), Guinea fowl egg yolk (GFEY) and Indian indigenous hen (Desi) egg yolk (IDEY) in extender for improving the post-thaw quality of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) bull spermatozoa, and compared it with commercial hen egg yolk (CHEY; control). For this purpose, ...

Author(s)
Andrabi, S. M. H.; Ansari, M. S.; Ullah, N.; Anwar, M.; Mehmood, A.; Akhter, S.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2008, 104, 2/4, pp 427-433
Abstract

This section is comprised of abstracts from 27 presentations given at the 2011 Incubation and Fertility Research Group (WPSA Working Group 6 (Reproduction)) conference that cover all aspects of incubation and fertility in various avian species. The topics discussed are engineering of the broiler...

Publisher
Science Reviews 2000 Ltd, St Albans, UK
Citation
Avian Biology Research, 2011, 4, 3, pp 133-153
AbstractFull Text

Cryopreservation of domestic animal spermatozoa has been widely used for artificial insemination and egg yolk is one of the most commonly used cryoprotectants during the freezing-thawing process. The aim of the present study was to compare the effectiveness of different duck egg yolk (DEY)...

Author(s)
El-Shamaa, I.; El-Seify, E.; Hussein, A.; El-Sherbieny, M.; El-Sharawy, M.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Scientific Papers, Series D. Animal Science, 2012, 55, pp 109-113
Abstract

Artificial insemination made a predominant contribution towards the improvement of genetic potential and increased productivity in animal husbandry sectors. In frozen semen technology, about 50% of sperm died because of cryoinjury or cryodamage during the process of cryopreservation and thawing of...

Author(s)
Perumal, P.
Publisher
Hainan Medical University, Haikou, China
Citation
Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction, 2018, 7, 3, pp 103-116

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