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This paper reviews work done in the former USSR/Commonwealth of Independent States on semen characters, sperm quality evaluation, semen dilution, semen storage above 0°C, cryoprotectants and semen diluents, semen freezing, apparatus for semen freezing, semen thawing methods and artificial ...

Author(s)
Surai, P. F.; Wishart, G. J.
Citation
World's Poultry Science Journal, 1996, 52, 1, pp 27-43
Abstract

Four groups of turkeys were studied: (1) North Caucasus Whites (NCW) mated by AI, with egg collection on an individual bird basis; (2) as for group 1, but egg collection on a group basis; (3) naturally mated NCWs, with group egg collection; (4) North Caucasus Bronzes mated by AI, with group egg...

Author(s)
Epimakhov, N.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1994, No. 1, pp 18-20
Abstract

This discussion, mainly of Soviet work, includes consideration of the fowl, turkey, goose and duck.

Author(s)
Shilin, S. V.; Davtyan, A. D.; Otpushchennikov, V. F.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov. Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno-Issledovatel'skii i Tekhnologicheskii Institut Ptitsevodstva, 1980, 50, pp 48-55
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A discussion of work in the USSR and German Democratic Republic on technical aspects of AI in the fowl, turkey and duck.

Author(s)
Schramm, G.; Besulin, V.; Sakhatskiĭ, N.; Bondarenko, A.
Citation
Mezhdunarodnyĭ Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennyĭ Zhurnal, 1982, No. 2, pp 78-81
Abstract

Semen quality was investigated in ejaculates obtained from 629 White Moscow turkeys in 1967, from 1200 in 1968 and from > 1100 in 1969. Males could be grouped into categories: (1) those having ejaculates of 0.2-0.4 ml and 7.8 × 109-8.3 × 109 spermatozoa/mm2; (2) those having ejaculates of 0.15-0.2...

Author(s)
SHANSKOVA, A. M.
Citation
Sbornik Rabot molod. Uchen. vses. nauchno-issled. tekhnol. Inst. Ptitsev., 1970, 12, pp 287-292
Abstract

Ejaculates from 17 North Caucasus Bronze males were collected throughout the breeding season in 1969. There was no significant variation in ejaculate volume (0.23-0.30 ml) over the period, but sperm concentration increased from 0.08X109/ml in Feb. to 6.7X109/ml in Apr., after which it decreased....

Author(s)
Derlugyan, E. I.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov. Donskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi Institut, 1972, 7, 1, pp 166-169
Abstract

In the 1965 laying season (Jan.-May) at the Starin Hatchery in Kiev Province, 2079 Moscow White ♀♀ hatched in April 1964 were artificially inseminated and 2010 controls hatched in March 1964 were naturally mated; the former were again inseminated 1-2 days after the 1st insemination and then every...

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KUSNER, H. F.; et al.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1965, 15, 12, pp 15-18
Abstract

A BRIEF account is given of the genitalia of the gander and of the various obstacles to efficient natural reproduction (pugnacity of the ♂♂, their tendency to mate with 1-2 ♀♀ only, etc.). In 1935 experiments in artificial insemination were carried out at the Dubki State Farm, Leningrad province....

Author(s)
GRECKA, M. K.
Publisher
Mosk.,
Citation
Trudy Lab. iskusst. Osemen. Zivotn., 1940, 1, pp 300-307
Abstract

The results are reported of an enquiry carried out in 1967 in which information on A.I. in livestock was obtained from 24 countries in Europe, 10 in the Americas, 6 in Asia, 3 in Africa and 2 in Oceania. For various reasons, not all the data were equally reliable or complete. Data are tabulated for ...

Author(s)
BONADONNA, T.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1969, 125, pp 518-528
Abstract

The technique developed at various farms in Moscow Province by scientists of the Institute of Genetics is described. The fertility percentage obtained by A.I. is not appreciably different from that obtained by natural mating. Optimum results were obtained by inseminating hens twice a week with...

Author(s)
KUSNER, H. F.; KOPYLOVSKAJA, G. JA.; NOVIK, I. E.; GINTOVT, V. E.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1961, 11, 7, pp 24-26

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