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Author(s)
Lake, P. E.
Publisher
Academic Press., London; New York, USA, UK
Citation
Avian physiology,, 1975, pp 225-244
Abstract

This publication is intended as a guide to semen collection and artificial insemination for breeders, scientists and students, particularly those who are starting to use these techniques. It covers the fowl, turkey, duck, goose and guinea-fowl. After a short introduction to male reproductive...

Author(s)
Lake, P. E.; Stewart, J. M.
Publisher
Her Majesty's Stationery Office., London, UK
Citation
Artificial insemination in poultry., 1978, pp 74 pp.
Abstract

Allen, J.; Perry, G.C. Social factors influencing egg production : 246.Barham, J.R. Cage design and animal welfare : 245-246.Elson, H.A. Practical aspects of layer cage design : 248.Hughes, B.O. Battery cage shape: its effect on diurnal feeding pattern, feather pecking and eggshell cracking :...

Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 1975, 31, 3, pp 244-248
Abstract

Author(s)
LAKE, P. E.
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 1967, 23, pp 111-132
Abstract

Aspects of the technique in relation to the types of semen that are obtained from the ♂ fowl artificially were re-appraised in relation to their effect on fertility. It was confirmed that a smaller number of spermatozoa (50 × 106) than is normally used in commercial practice (>80 × 106) produced ...

Author(s)
Lake, P. E.; Ravie, O.; Waddington, D.
Citation
Animal Reproduction Science, 1985, 9, 3, pp 273-284
Abstract

Fowl and turkey semen was stored for 5 or 24 h at 5 deg , 10 deg , 15 deg or 20 deg C. Examination of semen smears stained with nigrosin -eosin showed that turkey semen stored best at about 15 deg and fowl semen at about 5 deg -10 deg . Glucose utilisation by fowl spermatozoa was high at 5 deg ,...

Author(s)
Lake, P. E.; McIndoe, W. M.
Citation
VIIIth International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, Krakow, July 12-16, 1976. Proceedings, Volume I. Communication Abstracts., 1976, pp 149
Abstract

37 Brown Leghorns were inseminated by the intrauterine method (finger technique) and 30 hens intravaginally. In the latter group there was no disturbance of egg production, but in the former 30 birds ceased to lay and 23 of these were still out of lay 30 days after insemination. In a similar trial, ...

Author(s)
BOBR, L. W.; LAKE, P. E.; LORENZ, F. W.; OGASAWARA, F. X.; KRZANOWSKA, H.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1966, 44, pp 659-661
Abstract

12 quail hens were inseminated with 0.0O5 ml. quail semen and 52 with 0.02 ml. Brown Leghorn semen, using a modification of the intra-uterine method of Ogasawara and Huang [see A.B.A., 32, No. 2494]. The oviduct was everted until the egg shell was visible; the tip of the inseminating cannula was...

Author(s)
McFARQUHAR, A. M.; LAKE, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1964, 8, pp 261-263
Abstract

The ejaculation response of cocks to lumbar massage was described. A list of the crude fluid components obtained is given. From these observations and chemical tests of the contents of the hen's vagina after natural and artificial insemination, it was deduced that the normal ejaculate is composed...

Author(s)
LAKE, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Science, 1957, 49, pp 120-126
Abstract

The reflex ejaculation responses of cocks to lumbar massage were examined, and the basic reactions are described. A list of the crude fluid components obtained by the massage technique of semen collection is given. From these observations and an examination of the contents of the hen's vagina after ...

Author(s)
LAKE, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Science, 1957, 49, pp 120-126

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