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Abstract

The immxinisation of hens with semen (intravenous injection) or a semen + adjuvant emulsion (intramuscular injection) did not significantly lower egg fertility for 2-7 days after insemination compared with that in non-immunised controls, but 8-14 days after insemination fertility was significantly...

Author(s)
ABE, T.; OTSUKA, S.; HOSODA, T.
Citation
Japanese Poultry Science, 1966, 3, pp 88-92
Abstract

Following repeated inseminations, the number of hens with sperm agglutinins increased, as did the agglutinin titre. The latter was also found to increase somewhat with age, in the absence of repeated inseminations. On 2 farms, correlations of -0.27 and -0.30 were found between sperm agglutinin...

Author(s)
ABE, T.; ITO, L.; UCHINO, K.; HOSODA, T.
Citation
Japanese Poultry Science, 1966, 3, pp 206-210
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