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A commercial insemination schedule was followed in a flock of 30 medium-sized Broad Breasted Bronze turkeys. During the experimental period, some of the hens were kept on an uninterrupted weekly insemination schedule while others were purposely missed out i.e. not inseminated on 1 occasion. Each...

Author(s)
Bradley, F. A.; Ogasawara, F. X.; Harrington, T.
Citation
Archiv für Geflügelkunde, 1986, 50, 5, pp 178-184
Abstract

Groups of Broad Breasted White turkey hens were inseminated with semen from males producing different levels of semen and of different ages. Neither age of the donor males nor level of semen production appreciably affected duration or levels of fertility in turkey hens. However, duration and level...

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Woodard, A. E.; Ogasawara, F. X.; Abplanalp, H.; Marquez, B.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1976, 55, 4, pp 1367-1372
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El-Halawani, M.E.; Burke, W.H. Role of catecholamines in photoperiodically induced testicular development in Japanese quail : 1757. Haas, W.P.; Koteles, R.M.; Stephens, J.F.; Jaap, R.G. Effect of the dwarfing gene (dw) on susceptibility to selected coccidial and bacterial infections :...

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Poultry Science, 1975, 54, pp 1724-1831
Abstract

Egg fertility of Japanese quail 2-11 days after mating averaged 30. 9% with natural mating, 9-0 and 4-1 % with intravaginal insemination of 0.0l and 0.02 ml. semen resp. and 37.8% with intra-uterine insemination. After intravaginal insemination of quail ♀♀ with red jungle fowl semen, fertility...

Author(s)
OGASAWARA, F. X.; HUANG, R.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1963, 42, pp 1386-1392
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Andrews, L.D. Forced molted cage and floor reared turkey hens: 1115.Bakst, M.R. Visualization of plasmalemma of turkey spermatozoa by phase contrast microscopy: 1116.Bakst, M.R.; Sexton, T.J. Motility, fertilizing capacity, and fine structure of chicken and turkey spermatozoa after concurrent pre-...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1978, 57, 4, pp 1113-1188
Abstract

Large-type White turkey hens from a flock with a record of low "fertility" (live embryos at 7 to 10 days' incubation) were distributed at random into four groups each of 50 and were given treatments involving antibiotic and inseminations on a weekly or fortnightly schedule. During the first 5 weeks ...

Author(s)
Ogasawara, F. X.; Rooney, W. F.
Citation
British Poultry Science, 1966, 7, pp 77-82
Abstract

Large-type White turkey hens from a flock with a record of low " fertility " (live embryos at 7-10 days' incubation) were distributed randomly into 4 groups of 50 hens each and were given treatments involving antibiotics and inseminations on a weekly or fortnightly schedule. During the first 5 wks, ...

Author(s)
OGASAWARA, F. X.; ROONEY, W. F.
Citation
British Poultry Science, 1966, 7, pp 77-82
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

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