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Substantial concentrations of testosterone are not only present in a male's circulation, but also in its ejaculate. Surprisingly, the regulation of ejaculate T and its effects on females and their offspring, potentially a cryptic paternal trait, are not known. We found lower circulating and higher...

Author(s)
Lelono, A.; Riedstra, B.; Groothuis, T.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2019, 9, 1, pp 12126
Abstract

The population of red jungle fowl is declining and needs special attention for its conservation with suitable approaches. For ex situ in vitro conservation of Indian red jungle fowl, establishment of semen cryobank is an appropriate option, for which an extender with adequate retrieval capacity for ...

Author(s)
Rakha, B. A.; Ansari, M. S.; Akhter, S.; Hussain, I.; Blesbois, E.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2016, 174, pp 45-55
Abstract

A specific problem in goat semen preservation is the detrimental effect of seminal plasma on sperm viability in extenders containing yolk or milk. Thus, the use of chemically defined extenders will have obvious advantages. Although previous studies indicate that the initial pH of an extender is...

Author(s)
Liu ChangHe; Dong HaiBo; Ma DongLi; Li YouWei; Han Dong; Luo MingJiu; Chang ZhongLe; Tan JingHe
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2016, 164, pp 47-56
Abstract

In many situations, selection should favour females that bias the sex ratio of their offspring. Two commonly examined factors potentially influencing off-spring sex ratio are paternal ornamentation and maternal condition. Male junglefowl with larger combs are attractive to females. I housed female...

Author(s)
Parker, T. H.
Publisher
American Ornithologists' Union, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Auk, 2005, 122, 4, pp 1161-1168
Abstract

Egg fertility of Japanese quail 2-11 days after mating averaged 30. 9% with natural mating, 9-0 and 4-1 % with intravaginal insemination of 0.0l and 0.02 ml. semen resp. and 37.8% with intra-uterine insemination. After intravaginal insemination of quail ♀♀ with red jungle fowl semen, fertility...

Author(s)
OGASAWARA, F. X.; HUANG, R.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1963, 42, pp 1386-1392

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