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Uterine contractions were ultrasonically recorded (t=20 min) in 50 maiden mares (3-4 years old) within 0-6 h after hCG induced ovulation. The mares were divided into 5 groups (n=10, respectively). Group 1 was inseminated conventionally into the uterine body, while Group 2 was inseminated onto the...

Author(s)
Witt, M. C.; Meinecke-Tillmann, S.; Swagemakers, J. H.; Koene, M.; Meinecke, B.
Publisher
Hippiatrika Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 2011, 27, 3, pp 271-276
Abstract

In a field trial conducted at two commercial AI centres during the breeding season 2001, video endoscopic inseminations were performed in 178 broodmares (Oldenburger Warmblood, age 2 to 20 years) by depositing the inseminate directly onto or in the vicinity of the oviductal papilla ipsilateral to...

Author(s)
Koene, M.; Ismer, N.; Swagemakers, J. H.; Bader, H.; Meinecke, B.
Publisher
Hippiatrika Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 2002, 18, 2, pp 162-166
Abstract

A review, dealing with research published in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in 1945-95 on various aspects of the oestrous cycle, reproductive disorders, gynaecological surgical procedures, embryo transfer, mating, AI, pregnancy, early embryonic death, abortion, parturition, lactation, the...

Author(s)
Ostermann, U.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Citation
Die Reproduktionsforschung beim weiblichen Pferd in der deutschsprachigen wissenschaftlichen Literatur im Zeitraum 1954-1995., 1997, pp 355 pp.
Abstract

Daily whole blood samples from pony mares were assayed for progesterone by a competitive protein-binding method. 11 oestrous cycles and 8 early pregnancies, 1 of which resulted in resorption of the conceptus, were studied. Progesterone levels varied greatly between individual mares. There was a...

Author(s)
Allen, W. E.; Hadley, J. D.
Citation
VIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Munich, 1972, Summaries., 1972, pp 232
Abstract

In about 300 concisely written and well illustrated pages the authors deal with reproductive biology mainly in cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, rabbits and poultry. Following a short introductory chapter, the text is presented in three roughly equal sections. The first deals with general aspects of...

Author(s)
SMIDT, D.; ELLENDORFF, F.
Citation
Munich, Basel and Vienna: BLV Verlags-gesellschaft mbH., 1969, pp xiii+313 pp.
Abstract

50 mares in the district of Avenches were inseminated once or more at their owners' stables with semen from 5 Freiberg and 3 Halfbred [Norman] stallions. In the majority of cases, semen was diluted with a glucose-egg yolk diluent containing penicillin. Rectal examination revealed pregnancy in 36%...

Author(s)
WIERZBOWSKI, S.; KUPFERSCHMIED, H.; LEUENBERGER, H.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1967, 109, pp 517-524
Abstract

This is a well-produced book of 150 closely-printed pages, of which, besides the two editors, four other collaborators have written a large proportion. Each aspect is dealt with in succession with typical German thoroughness. An excellent schema of contents simplifies the reviewer's task; the lists ...

Author(s)
KÜST, D.; SCHAETZ, F.
Publisher
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Citation
Artificial insemination of cattle., 1954, pp viii+149 pp.
Abstract

The use of A. I. in the case of mares with cervical anomalies, as advocated by Brodauf [see No. 611], is deprecated on the grounds that it would propagate the defects, since the underlying causes of such anomalies, whether congenital or the result of previous pregnancy, may be of an hereditary...

Author(s)
HEIM, E.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1952, 7, pp 448
Abstract

Structural anomalies of the cervix were found in 79 out of 565 mares examined. It is suggested that such anomalies can be the causes of sterility in cases where the usual clinical findings are negative. The anomalies may be congenital or the results of a previous pregnancy. The use of A. I. in such ...

Author(s)
BRODAUF, H.
Citation
Military Veterinary Medicine, 1952, 7, pp 309-312
Abstract

The first 40 pages of this book provide a short introduction to the physiology of reproduction and a useful account of pregnancy diagnosis in the mare and cow. There follow 90 pages dealing with reproductive disorders in the cow and 40 pages devoted to the mare. Sheep, goats and pigs are dealt with ...

Author(s)
KÜST, D.; SCHAETZ, F.
Publisher
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke.,
Citation
Reproductive disorders in domestic animals., 1949, pp xi + 207 pp.

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