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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

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
Abstract

Owing to a severe outbreak of fowl pest in Britain when the 1950. 51 trials were due to begin, the introduction of the competing cockerels to the trial premises was forbidden. In order that the progeny test for 1951 might go on, it was decided to produce the pullets by artificial insemination. As...

Author(s)
GORDON, R. F.; PHILLIPS, J. G.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1951, 63, pp 503-507
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

ABBOTT, U. K., CRAIG, R. M., and BENNETT, E. B. Sex-linked coloboma in the chicken: 1225.
ABPLANALP, H., and WOODARD, A. E. Inbreeding effects under continued sib mating in turkeys: 1225-1226.
ADAMS, A. W., KAHRS, A. J., and DEYOE, C. W. The effect of length of light period and cage confinement on...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1967, 46, pp 1225-1342
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

EGGS of White Leghorn hens and pullets and New Hampshire hens collected up to 40 days after removal of the ♂♂ were set daily, warmed daily to 100° F. for 1 hr., or held 1 wk. at 55°-60° F. until setting. In a 2nd experiment with W.L. pullets daily setting was eliminated. The last fertile eggs for...

Author(s)
NALBANDOV, A.; CARD, L. E.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1943, 22, pp 218-226
Abstract

MIXED semen from 30 White Leghorn cocks was used to inseminate 257 hens, either undiluted or diluted with Ringer's solution to give sperm concentrations of 30%, 10%, and 2%. The 10% concentration gave as good results as, and the 30% concentration better results than undiluted sperm, while 2% sperm...

Author(s)
BONNIER, G.; TRULSSON, S.
Publisher
Cleveland,
Citation
Proceedings of the 7th World's Poultry Congress, Cleveland, Ohio, 1939, 1939, pp 76-79
Abstract

COCK sperm was obtained by electro-ejaculation (D.C., 4 volts), one terminal being introduced subcutaneously in the region of the 3rd lumbar vertebra, the other inserted into the cloaca. The current was passed for periods of 3 sees., with intervals of 6 sees., and ejaculation usually occurred after ...

Author(s)
MARTÍNEZ, G. M.
Citation
Rev. Med. vet. [Bogota]., 1939, 9, 76, pp 347-373
Abstract

COMPOSITE samples of semen from 6 Barred Rock ♂♂ were used to investigate the effects of osmotic pressure, viscosity of media, and t° on viability of spermatozoa. Dehydration by dilution with 0.5 to 0.75 M. laevulose solution appeared to lengthen the life of the spermatozoa (266-290 hrs.' storage)...

Author(s)
SHAFFNER, C. S.; HENDERSON, E. W.; CARD, C. G.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1941, 20, pp 259-265

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