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Abstract

The method of preparing and freezing the high-density semen fraction in 2-ml pellets is described. Only ejaculates with a sperm concentration of more than or equal to 800 000/ml were used. Pellets were stored in liquid nitrogen for 1-6 mth. Thawing was either by the dry method or in a thawing...

Author(s)
Kozumplik, J.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1980, 35, 11, pp 423-425
Abstract

In May-July, semen was obtained twice weekly from 5 male turkeys. Undiluted semen was stored for 30 min. at 22 deg C, was diluted 1:3 with a fructose-yolk-glycerol diluent, placed in medium-sized straws, cooled to 5 deg in 3 h, and frozen in liquid nitrogen vapour. The semen was thawed at 37 deg...

Author(s)
Schefels, W.
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1978, 13, 2, pp 81
Abstract

When pooled semen from 40 males was diluted 1:1 in a solution containing 7.5% ethylene glycol, sperm motility averaged 71.0% v 81.1 for undiluted semen, egg fertility percentage 57.3 v 66.7, and the hatchability percentage of fertile eggs 77.8 v 78.6. Samples frozen to various temps. from -2 deg to ...

Author(s)
Schramm, R.; Lohle, K.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1978, 33, 7, pp 262-265
Abstract

Following the work described in Pt. 1 [see ABA 43, 462] and 2, a series of 8 tests were carried out using 196 sows. In test 1 (control), the sperm-rich fraction was diluted 1:2 with glycerol-glucose-egg yolk, and aliquots of 1.00 ml diluted semen were frozen as pellets on dry ice. Sows were...

Author(s)
Schmidt, D.; Peter, W.; Mudra, K.; Kunze, C.
Citation
Archiv für Tierzucht, 1974, 17, 6, pp 335-343