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Originally produced in 1955, this book is written for the livestock farmers of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The 6th edition incorporates the "Praktischer illustrierter Haustierarzt" (Practical, illustrated home veterinarian) by Zipperlen. Dr. Müller was formerly Director of the Artificial ...

Author(s)
Müller, E.
Publisher
BLV Verlagsgesellschaft, Postfach 40 03 20, D-8000 München 40, German Federal Republic
Citation
Handbuch der praktischen Tierheilkunde für Rinder, Schweine, Pferde, Schafe., 1982, Edition 6, pp xvi + 383pp.
Abstract

The CR achieved with Simmental and Brown Mountain (BM) cows was 66.1 and 61.4% resp. In the 2 breeds, the percentage of male calves averaged 53.7 and 53.8% resp. Of Simmental and BM cows inseminated >24 h after the beginning of oestrus, 62 and 59% resp. conceived, and the percentage of male...

Author(s)
Deinhardt, P.; Muller, E.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1978, 13, 2, pp 82
Abstract

Data were collected during 1974-1976 on 660 and 693 inseminations of Austrian Simmental (AS) and Austrian Brown (AB) cows resp. Cows were inseminated within 12, 13-18, 19-24 and more than or equal to 24 h of the estimated onset of oestrus. In the 2 breeds, the overall CRs were 66.1 and 61.4% resp....

Author(s)
Deinhardt, P.; Muller, E.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1978, 65, 6/7, pp 207-210
Abstract

16 AI bulls were fed a standard ration providing 90 000 IU vitamin A daily. During Jan. and Feb., half of the bulls received supplements of 6 400 000 IU vitamin A, 528 000 vitamin D3 and 3920 mg vitamin E. The libido of the treated bulls (time to ejaculation) improved from 92 s before treatment to...

Author(s)
Muller, E.; Brandl, G.; Furst, R.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1977, 58, 10, pp 743-747
Abstract

The photogrammetrically recorded motility of frozen and thawed bull semen (average of 60 ejaculates of 12 bulls) was nearly equal to that of fresh semen stored for 24 h at 4 deg C. Motility of frozen semen and fresh semen decreased nearly similarly during storage for 7 days at 4 deg C. The activity ...

Author(s)
Muller, E.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1976, 83, 9, pp 393-398
Abstract

The following reviews were included in a volume published in honour of T. Bonadonna. The papers abstracted appear in the appropriate sections of ABA.Laing, J.A. Artificial insemination and the prevention of disease : 149-151.Macpherson, J.W. The protection of semen from contamination :...

Publisher
Bologna, Edizioni Agricole.,
Citation
Riproduzione animale e fecondazione artificiale., 1972, pp 331 pp.
Abstract

Acrosomal anomalies (swelling, detachment, rupture) were observed in spermatozoa recovered from bovine ejaculates which did not freeze satisfactorily. These alterations were observed in fresh semen and to a large extent in frozen semen after thawing. From the above, it appears highly probable that...

Author(s)
Veres, I.; Muller, E.; Ocsenyi, A.; Szilagyi, J.
Citation
VIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Munich, 1972, Summaries., 1972, pp 262
Abstract

22 ejaculates from 11 bulls were diluted with the following media containing glycerol: sodium citrate-egg yolk (CY); Tris-egg yolk (TrY); lactose-egg yolk (2 samples, LY) and Laiciphos LY, and subsequently frozen in straws. One of the samples extended in LY was rediluted 1 : 1 with the thawing...

Author(s)
Muller, E.
Citation
VIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Munich, 1972, Summaries., 1972, pp 261
Abstract

A review of developments in these 2 subjects, based on a survey of papers presented at A. I. congresses held in Austria in the last 2 decades. The bibliography is obtainable from the author.

Author(s)
MÜLLER, E.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1971, 78, pp 81-84 pp.
Abstract

In 1965 in Austria, 1st inseminations were carried out on 378, 579 cows, representing 31.7% of the total cow population. There were 16 A.I. stations with a total of 338 bulls. Of the inseminated cows, 66% were Austrian Simmentals, 20% Austrian Browns, and 9% Pinzgaus. The 120-day N.R. rate averaged ...

Author(s)
MULLER, E.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1967, 19, pp 334-335

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