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Author(s)
Sredkova, V.
Citation
Zhivotnov"dni Nauki, 1997, 34, 1/2, pp 56-58
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 Cornish and Silver Cornish hens were mated either naturally or by artificial insemination with Mongolian × Ringneck pheasant ♂♂. Of 1409 eggs examined, 3.48% showed development when incubated. It is thought, however, that in some cases the development was parthenogenetic and not a result of...

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

Of 149 eggs obtained from 3 quails (Coturnix coturnix japónica) artificially inseminated with domestic fowl semen, 8 showed embryonic development. The stages of development reached, in terms of the equivalent development of normal quail embryos, were 2-3 days (5 embryos), 5 days (2 embryos) and...

Author(s)
MITSUMOTO, T.
Citation
Tohoku Journal of Agricultural Research, 1959, 10, pp 59-63
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

This article reviews three aspects of artificial insemination of chickens and turkeys, viz, (1) collection of semen, (2) insemination of females, and (3) storage of semen. The most satisfactory method of obtaining semen was found to be the direct milking of the semen from the bulbous ducts of the...

Author(s)
BURROWS, W. H.; QUINN, J. P.
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dep. Agric.,
Citation
Proceedings of the 7th World's Poultry Congress, Cleveland, Ohio, 1939, 1939, pp 82-85 pp.
Abstract

ABPLANALP, H. Inbreeding for genetic improvement of poultry: 1777.
ANDRADE, A. N., and CARSON, J. R. Methods of debeaking and future performance of S.C.W.L. pullets: 1778.
ATKINSON, R. L., BRADLEY, J. W., and QUISENBERRY, J. H. Delaying sexual maturity of turkey hens by use of drugs: 1780.
BAKER,...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1969, 48, pp 1777-1894
Abstract

SEMEN was obtained from 12 F2 Bronze ♂ × White Holland ♀ hybrid ♂♂. The quantities varied from 0.1-0.7 c.c., but the majority of ♂♂ yielded 0.3-0.4 c.c. The semen is more viscous than that of the domestic cock and is yellowish white in colour. Four groups, each of 8 turkey hens, were inseminated...

Author(s)
BURROWS, W. H.; MARSDEN, S. J.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1938, 17, pp 408-411
Abstract

All eggs laid by hens with which the peacock attempted mating were sterile. Artificial insemination was tried with 6 hens which received 49 inseminations of peacock sperm. Out of 73 eggs only two, laid by one Orpington hen, were fertilized. One hybrid chick hatched on the 25th day. The down was a...

Author(s)
TINIAKOV, G. G.
Citation
Problemy Zhivotnovodstva, 1933, 1, pp 82-86
Abstract

ARTIFICIAL insemination was used in an attempt to produce reciprocal hybrids. Rhode Island Red and White Leghorn hens inseminated with sperm from Bronze turkey produced only one egg that contained an embryo, abnormal in size and shape. A Bronze ♀ inseminated with Rhode Island Red sperm laid an egg...

Author(s)
WARREN, D. C.; SCOTT, H. M.
Citation
Journal of Heredity, 1935, 26, pp 105-107

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