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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

The increase in egg fertility that can be brought about by means of A.I. varies with different birds, but may be considerable. Artificial insemination can be used either alone or in combination with natural mating. In the latter case, the toms are removed from the hens for a few days at the...

Author(s)
Cooper, D. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1958, 83, pp 944-952
Abstract

Artificial insemination was carried out as a supplement to natural mating in 21 Broad Breasted Bronze turkey flocks totalling approx. 31, 650 hens. These flocks were located throughout the northern, mid-western, and southern areas of the United States. The results indicate that the use of A. I. as...

Author(s)
Stotts, C. E.; Darrow, M. I.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1955, 34, pp 508-518
Abstract

In 1964, guinea-hens were artificially inseminated with White Plymouth Rock semen. Of 36 eggs set, 9 were infertile, 2 had blood spots, 4 embryos died, 9 suffocated [? at hatching], and 12 healthy hybrids hatched. The av. body weight of the hybrids was 29.0 g. at hatching and 2670 g. at 1 yr. of...

Author(s)
Gromov, A. M.
Citation
Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii sel'sko-khozyaistvennykh Nauk im V. I. Lenina, 1966, 11, pp 28-30
Abstract

IN the spring of 1948 two silver pheasant hens were inseminated with sperm from a Polish Greenleg cock. Of 27 eggs laid after the inseminations, 2 were broken accidentally. From the remaining 25 eggs, 8 embryos died in the early stages of development, one died on the 6th day, and one on the 10th...

Author(s)
Marchlewski, J. H.
Publisher
Cl. Sci. math. nat.,
Citation
Bulletin International de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres. Classe des Sciences Mathematiques et Naturelles. Serie B: Sciences Naturelles II, 1950, B II, pp 231-240
Abstract

Dark and Silver Cornish hens mated naturally and by artificial insemination with cock pheasants produced 1, 409 eggs, 3.5% of which were fertile. One female and two male hybrids hatched after 26 days of incubation. They all resembled their male parent although in many respects they were true...

Author(s)
Shaklee, W. E.; Knox, C. W.
Citation
Journal of Heredity, 1954, 45, pp 183-190
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

Two silver pheasant hens, inseminated with sperm of a Polish Greenleg ♂, laid 27 eggs. Two eggs were accidentally broken, and 10 embryos died before the 10th day of development.
One hybrid ♀ hatched on the 21st day of incubation and was reared. Its colour and plumage is intermediate between that of ...

Author(s)
Marchlewski, M. J. H.
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 1950, 6, pp 91
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

Abbott, U. K. Gene, genotype and environment: 1368. Abplanalp, H., Leu, R. E., and Johnson, E. A. Second year performance in the 11th California Random Sample Egg Laying Test following artificial moulting: 1368. Abplanalp, H., and Marrou, L. F. Genotype-environment interactions in field tests of...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1961, 40, pp 1368-1474

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