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In 3 trials, turkey hens (20-60 hens per group) were inseminated once, twice or thrice with 3 different doses of semen stored for 0 or 24 h, at 5, 15, 25 or 41°C. Hens inseminated twice with 125 million or 3 times with 83 million spermatozoa had a significantly higher egg fertility than those...

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.
Citation
Archiv für Geflügelkunde, 1990, 54, 1, pp 29-33
Abstract

Several experiments were conducted to measure the effects of extender pH, size and type of storage vessel, insemination dose volume, and frequency of insemination on the motility and fertilizing capacity of turkey semen held for 6 h at 15 deg C. The fertilizing capacity and motility of both fresh...

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.; Giesen, A. F.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1983, 62, 6, pp 1063-1068
Abstract

The following aspects of AI are discussed, mainly with reference to fowls and turkeys: the advantages of AI over natural mating; the development and growth of AI; economics; technological developments (equipment, housing, semen evaluation and semen preservation); the potential of AI for genetic...

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.
Publisher
British Poultry Science Ltd., Edinburgh, UK
Citation
Reproductive biology. Proceedings of the 17th Poultry Science Symposium, 1982., 1984, pp 175-182
Abstract

Maximum extension of chicken semen in the Beltsville Poultry Semen Extender was determined by varying the dilution rate and the number of spermatozoa/insemination. Levels of fertility were high (>88%) in White Leghorn hens inseminated weekly with diluted (1:4) semen containing more than or equal to ...

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1977, 56, 5, pp 1443-1446
Abstract

The preservation of semen at -196 deg C and above 0 deg is reviewed.

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.
Publisher
Editorial Garsi., Madrid, Spain
Citation
9th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, 16th-20th June 1980. II. Round tables., 1980, pp 527-533
Abstract

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 :...

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

Cheng, K.M.; Burns, J.T.; Shoffner, R.N. Mating behavior of an inbred line of White Leghorns : 1436-1437.Cheng, K.M.; Otis, J.S. Artificial insemination and pattern of fertilization in mallard ducks : 1436.Cherms, F.L. Effect of intermittent lighting program on turkey breeder hens : 1437.Combs,...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1982, 61, pp 1403-1572
Abstract

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

A series of experiments was conducted to determine the effect of diluent, holding temperature and dilution rate on the viability of turkey semen. No significant difference was observed in the fertility of undiluted control semen and semen diluted with Lake's solution to a final rate of 1:4 and...

Author(s)
Sexton, T. J.
Citation
British Poultry Science, 1976, 17, 2, pp 179-184

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