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The aim of this study was to examine whether the secreted fluid from the uterus influences the survival and fertilization capacity of fowl sperm in the hen oviduct. Hens with either regular uterine fluid secretion or irregular uterine fluid secretion were artificially inseminated through the...

Author(s)
Ahammad, M. U.; Okamoto, S.; Kawamoto, Y.; Nakada, T.
Publisher
Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Gorgan, Iran
Citation
Poultry Science Journal, 2013, 1, 1, pp 13-22
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This study was carried out to determine the optimum fertility and fertile period using the number of spermatozoa, oviduct condition and timing of insemination of native rooster spermatozoa. Ninety six commercial Isa brown pullets and nine kampung roosters were used in this study in a 3×2×2...

Author(s)
Saleh, D. M.; Sugiyatno; Mugiyono, S.; Siswadi, R. W.
Publisher
Faculty of Animal Science, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Animal Production, 2012, 14, 1, pp 32-36
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Author(s)
Khreisat, A.
Publisher
Middle East Agrifood Publishers (MEAP), Beirut, Lebanon
Citation
Poultry: Middle East & North Africa, 2010, 32, 213, pp 28-30, 109
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In 464 semen samples obtained by the milking procedure from cockerels on various farms Escherichia coli and group D streptococci were the predominant organisms (72%) of infections. Candida albicans, Proteus sp., alpha haemolytic streptococci Klebsiella sp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Mycoplasma...

Author(s)
Perek, M.; Elian, M.; Heller, E. D.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1969, 10, pp 127-132
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ADAMS, J. L., and OWINOS, W. J. The performance of laying chickens housed at various densities on litter floors: 1298.
ADAMS, R. L., ANDREWS, F. N., and ROGLER, J. C. The effects of environmental temperature on the protein requirement and response to energy in slow and fast growing chicks: 1298.
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Poultry Science, 1964, 43, pp 1297-1379
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AHLUWALIA, B. S., and GBAHAM, E. F. Some biochemical aspects of fowl semen: 1251
BAJPAI, P. K., and BBOWN, K. I. The effect of different temperatures on the metabolic activity, morphology, and fertilizing ability of turkey spermatozoa: 1253-1254
BEANE, W. L., SIEGEL, P. B., and SIEGEL, H. S....

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Poultry Science, 1963, 42, pp 1251-1321
Abstract

The Israeli poultry industry is much influenced by American experience. American stock is largely used, and feeding and disease control are on American lines. About 40% of the laying hens are kept in batteries, and artificial insemination is carried out on a large scale. An account is given of the...

Author(s)
VAN WEERDEN, E. J.; VAN DER WAL, P.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1962, 87, pp 1368-1376
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Owing to a severe outbreak of fowl pest in Britain when the 1950. 51 trials were due to begin, the introduction of the competing cockerels to the trial premises was forbidden. In order that the progeny test for 1951 might go on, it was decided to produce the pullets by artificial insemination. As...

Author(s)
GORDON, R. F.; PHILLIPS, J. G.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1951, 63, pp 503-507
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ADAMS, J. L., McGIBBON, W. H., and CASIDA, L. E. Eggs and chicks from estrogen-fed pullets: 746 [see No. 897]. BAROTT, H. G., SCHOENLEBEB, L., and CAMPBELL, L. E. The effect of ultraviolet irradiation at 2587 Angstrom units on the egg production of hens: 747. BELL, A. E., MOORE, C. H., and WARREN,...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1950, 29, pp 746-787
Abstract

THE ♀ hormone is of the heterogametic sex in birds. ♂ embryos treated with oestrone can produce abundant offspring, always with a sex ratio of about 1: 1. ♂ embryos showed a temporary feminisation, but eventually developed into normal cocks giving both ♂ and ♂ offspring. Some such birds, further...

Author(s)
DANTCHAKOFF; DANCAKOVA], V.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Compte rendu des seances de la Societe de biologie, 1939, 130, pp 897-900

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