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The status of semen collection, handling, quality evaluation and delivery for farmers for artificial insemination in dairy cattle in India are described.

Author(s)
Dilip Rath; Kasiraj, R.; Siddiqui, M. U.
Publisher
Indian Dairy Association, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Dairyman, 2016, 68, 10, pp 62-69
Abstract

This article briefly discussed the science behind genomic selection and discussed some of the key issues that India would deal with upon implementing genomic selection for improving their cattle and buffaloes mostly for milk production as well as other economically important traits. Some of the...

Author(s)
Dilip Rath; Trivedi, K. R.; Siddiqui, M. U.; Nayee, N. G.
Publisher
Indian Dairy Association, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Dairyman, 2017, 69, 3, pp 60-64
Abstract

This is a compilation of 147 abstracts of papers presented during the conference. The topics include reproductive physiology and sexual development; anatomy, histology and histochemistry of reproductive organs; reproductive technology like artificial insemination, oestrus synchronization and embryo ...

Author(s)
Rath, D.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 2006, 41, Suppl. 1, pp 1-41
Abstract

The cell membrane of ram spermatozoa is more sensitive to the freezing process than in other species due to its composition. As a result, the quality and viability of frozen thawed ram spermatozoa are often poor, which together with the specific structure of the ewe's cervix are the main reasons...

Author(s)
Šterbenc, N.; Morrell, J. M.; Kosec, M.; Rath, D.; Klein, S.; Klinc, P.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA
Citation
Cryobiology, 2019, 86, pp 77-83
Abstract

Pre-selection of spermatozoa based on the relative DNA difference between X- and Y-chromosome bearing populations by flow cytometry is an established method that has been introduced into commercial cattle production. Although several important improvements have increased the sort efficiency, the...

Author(s)
Rath, D.; Barcikowski, S.; Graaf, S. de; Garrels, W.; Grossfeld, R.; Klein, S.; Knabe, W.; Knorr, C.; Kues, W.; Meyer, H.; Michl, J.; Moench-Tegeder, G.; Rehbock, C.; Taylor, U.; Washausen, S.
Publisher
BioScientifica Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
Reproduction, 2013, 145, 1, pp R15-R30
Abstract

The objective was to investigate the effects of sex-sorting on early fertilization events in ovum pick up (OPU) derived oocytes fertilized in vitro with frozen-thawed sperm at different co-incubation lengths. Eighty-four OPU sessions were carried out in 18 cyclic, dry and non-stimulated Holstein...

Author(s)
López, S. R.; Souza, J. C. de; González, J. Z.; Sánchez, A. de O.; Romero-Aguirregomezcorta, J.; Carvalho, R. R. de; Rath, D.
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, Viçosa, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia, 2013, 42, 10, pp 721-727
Abstract

As in other mammals, sex sorting of pig sperm is based on quantitative flow cytometry. A major disadvantage of the technique is the relatively low efficiency to produce enough sorted sperm for artificial insemination. However, several approaches are on the way to make sexed pig sperm available for...

Author(s)
Rath, D.; Tiedemann, D.; Gamrad, L.; Johnson, L. A.; Klein, S.; Kues, W.; Mancini, R.; Rehbock, C.; Taylor, U.; Barcikowski, S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 2015, 50, s2, pp 56-60
Abstract

Recent developments in reproductive technologies have enabled the production of piglets of a predetermined sex via non-surgical, low dose artificial insemination. The practical application of sex-sorting technology to the pig is made challenging by the large numbers of sperm required for successful ...

Author(s)
Bathgate, R.; Grossfeld, R.; Susetio, D.; Ruckholdt, M.; Heasman, K.; Rath, D.; Evans, G.; Maxwell, W. M. C.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2008, 104, 2/4, pp 440-444
Abstract

In the 2004/2005 breeding season, the fertility of sex-sorted (SS) and non-sorted (NS) frozen stallion spermatozoa from two Hannovarian stallions was compared. A hysteroscopic insemination technique [Morris, L.H., Tiplady, C., Allen, W.R., 2003a. Pregnancy rates in mares after a single fixed time...

Author(s)
Clulow, J. R.; Buss, H.; Sieme, H.; Rodger, J. A.; Cawdell-Smith, A. J.; Evans, G.; Rath, D.; Morris, L. H. A.; Maxwell, W. M. C.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 2008, 108, 3/4, pp 287-297
Abstract

Spermatozoa from 2 dairy AI (artificial insemination) bulls (A and B), identified by their abnormal spermiogram with cells depicting frequent macrocephaly, double tails and nuclear vacuoles, were case-investigated and compared to normal spermatozoa from a control AI sire (C). Head sizes were...

Author(s)
Revay, T.; Nagy, S.; Kopp, C.; Flyckt, A.; Rens, W.; Rath, D.; Hidas, A.; Kovacs, A.; Johannisson, A.; Rodriguez-Martinez, H.; Andersson, M.
Publisher
S Karger AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 2009, 126, 1/2, pp 202-209

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