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Currently most breeds and lines of geese in use at a commercial scale are derived from two wild species; the swan goose (Anser cygnoides L.) and the true goose-greylag (Anser anser L.). Interestingly, local selections performed for centuries from these two ancestors have resulted in strains or...

Author(s)
Łukaszewicz, E.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 2010, 66, 4, pp 647-658
Abstract

Effects of breed and lay number on seminal characteristics as well as fertility and hatchability of eggs collected from caged geese by assigned mating between ganders and dams with artificial insemination were investigated. In trail 1, a total of 56 ganders and 128 dams on the first lay with...

Author(s)
Chang ShenChang; Lin MinJung; Wu KwoChin; Jea YuShine; Fan YangKwang
Publisher
Chinese Society of Animal Science, Pingtung, Taiwan
Citation
Journal of the Chinese Society of Animal Science, 2008, 37, 3, pp 175-185
Abstract

The objective of the present experiments was to produce the intergeneric hybrids of domesticated and wild goose via artificial insemination with fresh and frozen-thawed semen. The experiments were carried out during two successive goose reproductive seasons, on eight five-year-old Canada Goose (...

Author(s)
Kowalczyk, A.; Łukaszewicz, E.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2012, 77, 3, pp 507-513
Abstract

The technique used in insemination of geese is described. In Chinese and Kholmogor ♂♂ resp., ejaculate volume averaged 0.28 and 0.24 ml, concentration of spermatozoa (x 103) 1.15 and 0.56/ml, and sperm motility 79.0 and 71.5%. In 191 Chinese, Kholmogor and crossbred ♀♀, fertilization of 1095 eggs...

Author(s)
DAVTYAN, A.; PIMENOV, B.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1970, 20, 11, pp 29-31
Abstract

Monogamous pairing often occurs with indigenous Czechoslovakian geese, and hand mating results in reduced fertility. Ejaculate volume of semen for A.I. averages 0.3-1.0 ml., and sperm concentration approx. 370, 000 per ml. After a single insemination with 0.3-0.4 ml. undiluted semen, each ♀...

Author(s)
BABUSKIN, V.
Citation
Drubeznictvi, 1966, 14, 10, pp 151-152
Abstract

Characteristics of semen of 15 ganders trained for A.I. were as follows: volume 0.3-1.5 ml, sperm concentration 11-700 x 106 ml and méthylène blue reduction time 6-30 min. Fertility after the use of diluents was 5-60% v 78-97% for fresh semen. 722 eggs from 55 geese inseminated once in 5 days with...

Author(s)
ÉLJBERT, G.; MALIS, P.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1969, 19, 1, pp 22-23
Abstract

12 ganders and 22 geese were used in A.I. experiments, while 2 other ♂♂ and 8 ♀♀ were allowed to mate naturally. Semen was collected by the massage method described, as electro-ejaculation failed to give satisfactory results. In Feb. and March 1966, the ♂♂ were massaged twice a week and in April,...

Author(s)
CHELMOÑSKA, B.
Citation
Medycyna weterynaryjna, 1967, 23, pp 432-436
Abstract

Semen was successfully collected from 30% of 70 ganders; semen characters varied considerably between individuals, and sperm numbers per mm3 semen varied from 650, 000 to 1, 250, 000. Semen diluted 1: 1 with various diluents was used to inseminate 172 ♀♀ every 6 days; 59.6-81.5% of the eggs were...

Author(s)
KOVÁCS, E., Mrs Koplik
Citation
Allattenyesztes, 1966, 15, pp 375-383
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

Includes summaries of the following papers published by workers at the Institute:
BIBORSKI, J., MORSTIN, J., and WIERZBOWSKI, S. [Attempt to determine the effect of feeding dry fodder, with silage predominating, on the number of spermatozoa in the test es and epididymides of bulls]: 63.
BIELINSKA,...

Citation
Wydawnictwa wlasne. Instytut zootech., 1969, 233, pp 139 pp.

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