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The addition of inosine, adenosine, guanosine, thymidine, adenine, guanine or xanthine, in various concentrations, to semen diluted with Ringer's solution improved the sperm motility index during storage for up to 15 hrs. ; xanthosine, cytidine and hypoxanthine did not have a beneficial effect, and ...

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ESASHI, T.; SUZUKI, T.; SAHASHI, Y.
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Japanese Poultry Science, 1967, 4, pp 141-147
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In vitro tests were carried out with semen collected from New Hampshires every 2nd day from May to Oct. 1962. Spermatozoal survival was greater in dilutions of 1: 1 or 1: 3 than in those of 1: 7 or 1: 15. In the I.V.T. diluent spermatozoa survived for 157, 65 and 19 hrs. at 4°, 20° and 39°C resp....

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MILJKOVIC, V.; MRVOS, G.; MLADENOVIC, N.
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Veterinarski Glasnik, 1963, 17, pp 211-219
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The optimum concentration of sodium citrate in the diluent was 3. 0-3. 5% when it involved 11 molecules of combined water and 2. 5-3. 0% when it involved 2 molecules. It was approx. 0. 1 mol in concentration and 1. 015 in specific gravity in both cases. The freezing point depression most suitable...

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NIWA, T.; MIZUHO, A.; SOEJIMA, A.
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Bull. natn. Inst. agric. Sci., Tokyo, Ser. G, 1960, 19, pp 25-38
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THE Secretary for Agriculture and Forestry reports on the role played by agriculture in the national economy, progress with fundamental work, agricultural conditions during the year under review, and appeals to the individual farmer to give due consisderation to the interests of agriculture as a...

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Farming in South Africa, 1939, 14, pp 465-593
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THE Secretary for Agriculture and Forestry reports on the situation created by war conditions and the developments in agricultural policy in response to them. As yet there has been no serious effect on agriculture and the Department has proceeded with its fundamental work in a fairly normal manner. ...

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Farming in South Africa, 1940, 15, pp 441-543

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