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Abstract

Semen was easily collected by the massage method using a bird holder designed by the authors. A diagram of this, with measurements, is given. Data are tabulated on the semen characters of a White Holland ♂ over a 7-mth. period. Average values for ejaculate volume, sperm concentration per mm.3 and...

Author(s)
WATANABE, M.; HAMANAKA, K.; YASUI, M.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Animal Reproduction, 1967, 12, pp 137-139
Abstract

The addition of inosine, adenosine, guanosine, thymidine, adenine, guanine or xanthine, in various concentrations, to semen diluted with Ringer's solution improved the sperm motility index during storage for up to 15 hrs. ; xanthosine, cytidine and hypoxanthine did not have a beneficial effect, and ...

Author(s)
ESASHI, T.; SUZUKI, T.; SAHASHI, Y.
Citation
Japanese Poultry Science, 1967, 4, pp 141-147
Abstract

In the 1st of 3 experiments, 3 ova (controls), recovered from the magnum of artificially inseminated $ 9 killed 85 min after oviposition, were cultured in vitro for 24 hr; 2 of the 3 were fertile. In the 2nd experiment, 5 ova (negative controls), recovered from the infundibulum of unmated ♀♀ killed ...

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HOWARTH, B., Jr.; PALMER, M. B.
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1972, 28, pp 443-445
Abstract

In the spring, 7-10 ejaculates of each of 12 Bronze ♂♂were examined; ejaculate volume averaged 0.2 ml. (0.1-0.4), sperm concentration 5x109 -6 X109 per ml., and spermatozoal resistance 17, 000-21, 000. After natural mating 20-25% of the eggs were fertile. In June, semen samples were collected from...

Author(s)
ASLANJAN, M. M.; SOROKA, M. F.; SINKARENKO, I. S.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1963, 6, pp 18-19
Abstract

In 1959, Standard-bred Slate and Broad Breasted Bronze turkeys, and in 1960, the latter plus Broad White were used to test the advantages of "fresh" semen, artificially inseminated within 15-55 mins. of collection, over " stale " semen which had been in the oviduct 10-14 days. Examinations were...

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PAYNE, L. F.; KAHRS, A. J.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1961, 40, pp 1598-1604
Abstract

Semen samples from 8 of the local Danubian ganders were examined; ejaculates were collected after abdominal massage. Ejaculate volume varied between 0.4 and 1.2 ml., and sperm concentration averaged 250-300 million per ml. semen; 70% of the spermatozoa were motile and 7% were abnormal. Variation in ...

Author(s)
MILJKOVIC, V.; BURINIK, N.; MRVOS, G.; PAUNOVIC, S.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1965, 19, pp 693-699
Abstract

Semen, which was collected in an 0.25-ml. pipette, averaged 10 microlitres per bird, with a sperm concentration of l.2 million ±44, 000 per mm. 3Individual collections were diluted with 0.5 ml. and all samples were pooled. The final dilution contained 40 million sperm per 0.l ml. of inseminate....

Author(s)
WENTWORTH, B. C.; MELLEN, W. J.
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1963, 6, pp 215-220
Abstract

In vitro tests were carried out with semen collected from New Hampshires every 2nd day from May to Oct. 1962. Spermatozoal survival was greater in dilutions of 1: 1 or 1: 3 than in those of 1: 7 or 1: 15. In the I.V.T. diluent spermatozoa survived for 157, 65 and 19 hrs. at 4°, 20° and 39°C resp....

Author(s)
MILJKOVIC, V.; MRVOS, G.; MLADENOVIC, N.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1963, 17, pp 211-219
Abstract

Because of the low av. fertility (60%) of eggs at the College Hatchery from 1953 to 1958, experiments were held to compare the saline solution normally used as a diluent with liquid egg albumen, which was known to maintain sperm motility for longer periods. A flock of 450 S. C. White Leghorns in...

Author(s)
XUMSAI, M. L. S.
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 1959, 15, pp 250-254
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

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