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In a study at the College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Palampur, 2242 cows brought for artificial insemination were examined; clinical abnormalities that could result in failure to conceive were found in 747 (33.33%). The causes of the reproductive disorders found among them were abnormal...

Author(s)
Madhumeet Singh; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1998, 75, 12, pp 1128-1129
Abstract

1029 repeat breeding cows presented at the College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Palampur and clinical camps in Himachal Pradesh were examined clinically. 44.0% of cows were found to be clinically normal. 9.6% of cows had anatomical abnormalities including cervical fibrosis (7.58%), kinked...

Author(s)
Madhumeet Singh; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1999, 76, 6, pp 522-523
Abstract

The productive and reproductive efficiency of Indian livestock, especially of animals owned by small farmers, is usually poor not only due to lower genetic potential of most indigenous breeds but primarily due to environmental stress. Despite several advances made in the field of animal...

Author(s)
Pant, H. C.
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, India
Citation
XVIII Annual Convention and National Symposium on Reproductive Technologies for Augmentation of Fertility in Livestock, Izatnagar, India, 14-16 November, 2002, 2002, pp 14-23
Abstract

Frozen-thawed semen was incubated for 0, 1 or 2 h before being used to artificially inseminate cows [no further details given]. Cows were examined per rectum for the presence of a corpus luteum 21 and 35 days after AI, and pregnancy was confirmed 60 days after AI. The incidence of embryonic...

Author(s)
Madhumeet Singh; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction, 1998, 19, 1, pp 32-33
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Author(s)
Madhumeet Singh; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Himachal Journal of Agricultural Research, 1997, 23, 1/2, pp 125-127
Abstract

Frozen-thawed semen from 5 fertile buffalo bulls with similar post-thaw progressive motility and sperm morphology was used to inseminate 64 buffaloes at superovulatory oestrus. Fertilization and viable embryo recovery rates differed among bulls, but this bull-specific effect was not related to the...

Author(s)
Misra, A. K.; Rao, M. M.; Kasiraj, R.; Reddy, N. S. R.; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Theriogenology, 1999, 52, 4, pp 701-707
Abstract

The efficacy of a 14-day treatment with MGA with or without a single intramuscular injection of oestradiol benzoate (OB) after MGA treatment was studied in parous, acyclic buffaloes. Treatment with MGA alone was less effective than MGA plus OB in the induction of oestrus (56.0 vs. 85.1%; P<0.05) ...

Author(s)
Shanker, U.; Singh, G. D.; Upadhyay, M. R.; Pant, H. C.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction, 1996, 17, 1, pp 1-5

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