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The most efficient way to shift the sex ratio of offspring is to select spermatozoa according to the sex chromosomes. The difference in their DNA content can be determined by flow cytometry to produce populations of either sex at high accuracy. As the method is based on single cell identification,...

Author(s)
Klinc, P.; Rath, D.
Publisher
Verlag Eugen Ulmer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Züchtungskunde, 2005, 77, 2/3, pp 218-229
Abstract

The colloquium, which was the 5th meeting of the Working Group on Reproduction and Reproductive Disorders of the German Veterinary Association, was arranged in collaboration with the German Association of Animal Breeding, the German Association for the Study of Fertility and Sterility, and the...

Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1980, 15, 2, pp 67-96
Abstract

Bull semen was diluted in Laiciphos A and B, boar semen in SH1 (bicarbonate-citrate-EDTA) followed by further dilution in egg yolk-lactose-glycerol (EYLG), and stallion semen in EYLG. The semen was frozen in straws in alcohol + dry ice or in liquid nitrogen vapour. The best post-thawing sperm...

Author(s)
Rostel, W.
Citation
Tierarztliche Umschau, 1977, 32, 9, pp 456-458
Abstract

Twenty papers presented at this international conference are published in this number of the journal. Twelve papers are concerned with cattle, two with pigs, two with the horse and one with the dog and cat. All papers are noted in Index Veterinarius and some will be abstracted in the Veterinary...

Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1976, 83, 12, pp 515-569
Abstract

Work on AI in cattle, pigs, sheep and horses is reviewed briefly. It is concluded that, to date, long-term storage of bull semen only is feasible.

Author(s)
Paufler, S.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1972, 24, 16, pp 461-462
Abstract

In 1964 in Poland, 3 million cows, constituting 50% of the total cow population, were inseminated. Based on number of calves born, C.R. averaged 89%. There were 57 A.I. stations and semen was obtained from 1573 bulls of which 77% were Polish Black Pied, 5% Red Pied, 13% Polish Red and 2% Red...

Author(s)
BIELAÑSKI, W.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1966, 18, pp 815-816
Abstract

At present approx. 59 million cows, 46.6 million ewes, 942, 000 sows, 125, 000 mares and 56, 000 goats are inseminated each year. Data are tabulated for numbers inseminated in each country; some data are given for insemination of poultry in the U.S.A., Japan and Australia.

Author(s)
NISHIKAWA, Y.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1964, 16, pp 665-666
Abstract

In 1962, in Romania, there were 4.5 million cattle, 13 million sheep, 5 million pigs and 1.1 million horses. Of the cattle, 36% were Simmental, 29% Swiss Brown, 15% Red, 11% Pinzgau and 9 % Romanian Steppe. 22 % of all cattle and 28 % of all sheep were artificially inseminated.

Author(s)
SANTNER, Th.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1962, 14, pp 753
Abstract

The 5 main types of horses in Hungary to-day are the Nonius, Hungarian Half blood, Lipitsa, Arab, and Hungarian Cold-blood. Various tests are listed for the entry of mares and stallions into the studbook. There are 3 breeds of cattle, the Hungarian Spotted, Simmental and Grey Hungarian. There are 5 ...

Author(s)
SCHOLZ, -.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1955, 9, pp 16-20
Abstract

AT the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Animal Breeding, Rostock-Dummerstorf, investigations were made into the following subjects: crossing Schleswig and Rhineland cold-blood horses; crossing of Jersey with Black Pied Lowland cattle to raise the milk-fat content; possibilities of the use of artificial ...

Author(s)
KAISER WILHELM-GESELLSCHAFT.
Citation
Naturwissenschaften, 1942, 30, pp 609-619

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