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The authors present a comprehensive review about the significance of the maintenance of genetic diversity, the possibilities of ex situ/in vitro gene conservation in poultry species. There is an introduction of the various ways of the preservation of genetic material, the results achieved so far at ...

Author(s)
Barna, J.; Liptói, K.; Pataki-Várkonyi, E.
Publisher
NAKVI, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 2016, 138, 10, pp 621-630
Abstract

These proceedings focus on the reproductive technologies used in livestock in Hungary. Six papers presented in the 12th Meeting of the Hungarian Society for Animal Reproduction are included here. The topics discussed in the papers are utilization of stallions, particularly for artificial ...

Publisher
Állattenyésztési és Takarmányozási Kutatóintézet, Herceghalom, Hungary
Citation
Állattenyésztés és Takarmányozás, 2006, 55, 5, pp 459-504
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Understanding the behaviour of farm animals is very important in animal husbandry. On the other hand, recognition of animal behaviour is indispensable also from animal welfare point of view. For gene conservation purposes different methods of reproduction biology can be used, e.g. artificial ...

Author(s)
Bodi, L.; Do Thi Dong Xuan, K.; Szalay, I.; Ferencz, T.; Kis-Peto, T.
Publisher
World's Poultry Science Association (WPSA), Beekbergen, Netherlands
Citation
EPC 2006 - 12th European Poultry Conference, Verona, Italy, 10-14 September, 2006, 2006, pp paper 304
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A study was conducted to develop a practical method of artificial insemination (AI) of geese, which could be applied under field conditions in Hungary. The necessary conditions and equipment for the procedure are presented. The effects of AI were evaluated in groups with and without ganders. It was ...

Author(s)
Almási, A.; Bogenfürst, F.
Publisher
Állattenyésztési és Takarmányozási Kutatóintézet, Herceghalom, Hungary
Citation
Állattenyésztés és Takarmányozás, 2003, 52, 2, pp 173-179
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Author(s)
Bajcsy, E.
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 1995, 50, 6, pp 340-342
Abstract

The introduction and development of AI in Hungary, and the effect of cage density on the efficiency of AI is discussed. Reproduction data for inseminated fowls kept in cages or floor pens, and for caged fowls at the Tabajd Co-operative for 1983-88 are tabulated. The latter data were similar to that ...

Author(s)
Nagy, G.
Publisher
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, France
Citation
Colloques de l'INRA, 1990, No. 54, pp 167-176
Abstract

Observations over three years in 7 large breeding flocks with 350-2100 ganders indicated that the first sign of the disease is reluctance of the ganders to mate, a reduction in egg fertility being secondary. It is first seen 3-8 weeks after the start of the laying cycle and is severe by the middle...

Author(s)
Póka, G.; Gyürü, F.; Fehér, G.
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 1985, 40, 1, pp 41-48
Abstract

Professor Schaetz, holder of the Chair of Veterinary Gynaecology in the Humboldt University of East Berlin, has long been recognized as an expert in artificial insemination for his outstanding contributions to the application of A.I. as a practical method of animal breeding and livestock...

Author(s)
Schaetz, F.
Publisher
Jena: Gustav Fischer. DM,
Citation
Die kunstliche Besamung bei den Haustieren., 1963, pp xxxiv + 912
Abstract

A. I. is playing an increasing role in the production of fowls, turkeys and geese in Hungary. Tables are given showing recent results in turkeys and geese. In turkeys, fertility improved by 12.4% in Empire Whites and 23.7% in Broad Breasted Bronze when A. I, was used instead of natural mating....

Author(s)
KOPLIKNÉ-KOVÁCS, É.
Publisher
Deutscher Bauernverl., Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur Geflugelzucht und Kleintierkunde, 1969, 18, pp 271-280
Abstract

Of 239 ♀♀ and 25 ♂♂, 71 and 7 resp. were subjected to artificial light. The ♀♀ came into lay earlier and produced more eggs than the controls. When ♀♀ were mated naturally, 20-70% of the eggs were fertile v. 83-87% when they [? the experimental ♀♀] were artificially inseminated.

Author(s)
KOVACS, É.; Koplik, Mrs.
Citation
Baromfi-tenyesztes., 1964, 8, 7, pp 10

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