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Guinea fowl hens were inseminated weekly once with two doses of spermatozoa (75 million and 100 million) in two different diluents, Beltsville poultry semen extender (BPSE), and Instruments for Veterinary Medicine (IMV), each with and without pre-insemination vaginal douching. Per cent fertility,...

Author(s)
Hudson, G. H.; Omprakash, A. V.; Premavalli, K.; Raj, G. D.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
British Poultry Science, 2017, 58, 2, pp 192-199
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
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Author(s)
Arpana Das
Publisher
North-East Veterinarian, Guwahati, India
Citation
North-East Veterinarian, 2006, 6, 2, pp 14-16
Abstract

Mycoplasmas are well-known pathogens in a variety of animals. In poultry it is known that some species can be transmitted by semen and infect the uterus of females. As the prevalence of mycoplasmas in birds of prey is very high and artificial insemination is a commonly used technique for...

Author(s)
Lierz, M.; Hafez, H. M.
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Avian Pathology, 2008, 37, 5, pp 495-497
Abstract

The method of semen collection and instruments used are described. Ejaculate volume averaged 0.3 ml. (0.15-0.40) and the av. number of spermatozoa per ml. semen was 7 x 109 (6.5 × 109-7.5 × 109); good quality semen was creamy-white and opaque. Up to 91.15% fertile eggs were obtained when the semen...

Author(s)
FEREDEAN, T.; MARTINA, C.; CHIRITÁ, V.; VIZITIU, V.; SLUJITORU, T.; COSTACHE, J.
Citation
Lucrarile stiintifice ale Institutul de cercetari zootehnice, 1968, 26, pp 509-524
Abstract

Massage, collection of semen in plastic containers and insemination into the oviduct are described. In 76 domestic and 10 turkey hens resp., the percentage of fertilized eggs obtained by the method described was 92.09 and 84.20%.

Author(s)
BALTAN, G.; SUCIU, I.; CIUPER-CESCU, D.
Publisher
Zootech. Fac., Cluj.,
Citation
Reota Zooteh. Med. vet., 1970, 20, 7, pp 52-59
Abstract

This is the third edition of a book which claims with some justification to have become a standard work of reference on the subject of artificial insemination of farm animals. Because there is a need for a good reference work dealing with the techniques of artificial insemination, it is probably...

Author(s)
PERRY, E. J.
Publisher
New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press; London Agent: Mark Paterson & Co., Ltd.,
Citation
The artificial insemination of farm animals., 1960, 3rd rev. ed, pp viii+430 pp.
Abstract

Techniques for semen collection by abdominal massage and for insemination of the ♀ are described. In 7 trials, the percentage of eggs fertile varied from 45.3 to 72.9, and the percentage of birds laying fertile eggs from 71.4 to 93.3. Birds having a hard-shelled egg in the uterus at the time of ...

Author(s)
MARKS, H. L.; LEPORE, P. D.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1965, 44, pp 1001-1003
Abstract

With the " Hiroshima" technique the ♀ is restrained in a special bird holder which suspends the bird so that its abdomen is fully exposed and can easily be massaged. Semen is collected in a special funnel-shaped receptacle which is attached over the vent. There are photographs of the apparatus, and ...

Author(s)
YAMANE, J.; TSUKUNAGA, S.; TAKAHASHI, T.
Citation
Journal of the Faculty of Fisheries and Animal Husbandry, Hiroshima University, 1966, 6, pp 395-429
Abstract

12 quail hens were inseminated with 0.0O5 ml. quail semen and 52 with 0.02 ml. Brown Leghorn semen, using a modification of the intra-uterine method of Ogasawara and Huang [see A.B.A., 32, No. 2494]. The oviduct was everted until the egg shell was visible; the tip of the inseminating cannula was...

Author(s)
McFARQUHAR, A. M.; LAKE, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1964, 8, pp 261-263

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