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The aim of this study was to determine the role of fatty acids for sperm survival in the sperm storage tubules (SSTs) of the hen oviduct. The mucosa tissues of uterovaginal junction (UVJ) of White Leghorn laying hens with or without artificial insemination using semen from Barred Plymouth Rock...

Author(s)
Huang, A.; Isobe, N.; Obitsu, T.; Yoshimura, Y.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2016, 85, 7, pp 1334-1342
Abstract

Avian sperm are stored in the sperm storage tubules (SSTs) of the hen oviduct for a prolonged period. However, the precise mechanisms by which sperm are kept alive in the SSTs are still not fully understood. The aim of this study was to determine whether exosomes are secreted by SST cells and play...

Author(s)
Huang, A.; Isobe, N.; Yoshimura, Y.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2017, 101, pp 135-143
Abstract

RHODE Island Red pullets were divided into 3 approx. equal groups, group I being artificially inseminated in the early morning, group II at noon, and group III in the late afternoon. Each bird was inseminated once with 1 cm.3 mixed semen from the same ♂♂; and 869 eggs were incubated. Fertility was...

Author(s)
Parker, J. E.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1945, 24, pp 314-317
Abstract

FOLLOWING a review of the application of A. I. and its technique in breeding birds, with a brief description of semen evaluation and storage, an account is given of an attempt made in 1943 at the Pardo A. I. Centre to cross a partridge with a Rhode Island Red hen. Immediately after sacrificing the...

Author(s)
Carbonero Bravo, D.
Publisher
Madr,
Citation
Trab. Inst. Biol, anim., 1945, 8, pp 22-40
Abstract

As A. I. is being used on a large scale at the Poultry Research Centre, Werribee, special techniques have been developed. These are briefly described. Using 0.2 cm. 3 semen diluted 1: 2 with Tyrode solution, fertility of 7175 Leghorn eggs was 82% v. 74.5% of 5272 eggs when 0.l cm. 3 undiluted semen ...

Author(s)
Skaller, F.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Off. Rep. 9th World's Poult. Congr. Copenhagen, 1951, 3, pp 124-129
Abstract

THE new method evolved [A.B.A., 3: 291], in which the orifice of the oviduct is exposed for the direct reception of the semen, has given entirely satisfactory results. The dose injected was 0.2 c.c. of fresh undiluted semen. In crosses of Silkies or Rhode Island Red/Silkies with Rhode Island...

Author(s)
Quinn, J. P.; Burrows, W. H.
Citation
Journal of Heredity, 1936, 27, pp 31-37
Abstract

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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Citation
Poultry Science, 1964, 43, pp 1297-1379
Abstract

THIS experiment was designed to ascertain the relationship between fertility and hatchability. Sixteen young White Leghorn pullets and 22 hens, both old and young, from heavy breeds were employed. They were kept in laying-batteries and were artificially inseminated with fresh semen by means of...

Author(s)
Van Drimmelen, G. C.
Citation
South African Science, 1948, 1, pp 187-189
Abstract

MATERIAL collected over several years showed a positive correlation between fertility (by candling) and hatchability of fertile eggs, and also between fertility and shell strength as determined from specific gravity of the egg. This relationship varied from year to year and is explained by...

Author(s)
Munro, S. S.; Kosin, I. L.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Research, 1945, 23, pp 129-138
Abstract

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....

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

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