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Abstract

MEANS for obtaining sperm by hand manipulation of roosters and turkeys is described in detail. 0.2-2 ml./day of a very concentrated sperm at pH 7.3-7.8 containing 50, 000-6, 000, 000 spermatozoa/ml, can be obtained from the rooster; only 0.1-0.8 ml./day can be collected from turkeys. Methods of...

Author(s)
GALLIEN, L.
Citation
Annee Biologique, 1948, 52, pp 97-103
Abstract

White Leghorn and New Hampshire virgin pullets were naturally mated or artificially inseminated for a 3-wk. period. The number of pullets showing blood serum agglutination titres against spermatozoa was greater after mating than before. Birds which had an egg fertility > 90% throughout the year had ...

Author(s)
SAEKI, Y.; MIYAUCHI, S.; ABE, T.; HOSODA, T.; AKITA, T.
Citation
Japanese Poultry Science, 1965, 2, pp 109-114
Abstract

Many crooked-necked spermatozoa were found by microscopic examination of fowl semen. The head and tail of the crooked-necked spermatozoa were so closely bent to each other upon the mid-piece that they appeared as almost straight lines, just like normal spermatozoa. The crooked-necked spermatozoa...

Author(s)
SAEKI, Y.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1960, 39, pp 1354-1361
Abstract

MOTILITY of avian spermatozoa after storage at 4-4° C. was studied using normal saline, egg yolk+citrate, amniotic fluid, albumen, and avian, bovine, rabbit and human serum as semen diluents. Avian and human serum were the best in maintaining motility. With 1 part semen to 7 parts avian or human...

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JASPER, A. W.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1950, 29, pp 812-817
Abstract

This special issue in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the " L. Spallanzani " Italian Experimental Institute for Artificial Insemination contains the following papers, mainly of a review nature:
ADDIS, M., BONADONNA, T., CURTO, G. M., FOBNABOLI, D., and Pozzi, G. C. [Some...

Citation
Zootecnica e Veterinaria, 1962, 17, 6/6, pp 627 pp.
Abstract

THE semen is injected by a hypodermic syringe penetrating the skin in the ovarian region to a depth of 6-8 cm. depending on the size and conformation of the bird. An adequate dose is 0.05-0.l cm.3, which may be discharged in one place or spread over the area by moving the needle slightly. The risk...

Author(s)
DRIMMELEN, G. C. VAN.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1945, 16, pp 1-6
Abstract

The previous published symposium dealt with those aspects of the hen's egg which affect its quality as a food product. This latest one deals exclusively with the egg's reproductive function, and, as such, is concerned with those factors both intrinsic and extrinsic to the egg which affect its...

Publisher
Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd Ltd.,
Citation
Brit. Egg Mktg Bd Symp., 1969, 5, pp viii+199 pp.
Abstract

The authors stress the importance of artificial insemination for rapid development of the poultry industry in India. Comparison of semen samples from indigenous and exotic males reared at Izatnagar revealed significant differences in semen volume, sperm concentration and total number of spermatozoa ...

Author(s)
MUKHERJEE, D. P.; BHATTACHARYA, P.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1949, 19, pp 79-85
Abstract

Semen was collected from 72 cocks during the year Oct. 1948-Sep. 1949. The cock spermatozoon consists of a head, which is needle-shaped, 10 µ long and 1 µ in diameter, and with an acrosome at the tip, a middle piece 5 µ long, and a tail 100 µ long. The av. volume per ejaculate was 0.76 ml. ; it...

Author(s)
POLGE, C.
Citation
Proc. Soc. Stud. Fertil. [Camb], No. 2, Lond. Conf., 1950, 1951, pp 16-22
Abstract

EXAMINATION of mucus scrapings from the inner surface of the oviduct of virgin hens after natural copulation, artificial insemination, or intraperitoneal injection of semen, indicates that spermatozoa are to be found only in the infundibulum and not in any other locality after periods of more than...

Author(s)
DRIMMELEN, G. C. VAN.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1945, 16, pp 97-101

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