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The aim of this study is to determine the ion concentrations of the sodium (Na), potassium (K), lithium (Li) and calcium (Ca) in seminal plasma and spermatozoa of roosters in its native state and at different technological stages of the sperm cryoconservation. Sperm cryoconservation was attained...

Author(s)
Bălan, I.
Publisher
Asociația Generală a Medicilor Veterinari din România, București, Romania
Citation
Revista Română de Medicină Veterinară, 2013, 23, 1, pp 97-106
Abstract

The semen characters of from cocks of different breeds in Romania were evaluated for their suitability for artificial insemination (AI). The most sensitive semen was from Gât-Golaș-Moldovenesc, where 55 (84.7%) reacted positively during the first 4 days. Semen from ROSO-SL-2000 cocks reacted at a...

Author(s)
Bucătaru, N.; Bîrlădean, G.; Socican, I.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară"Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, Iași, Romania
Citation
Lucrări Științifice - Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară, Seria Zootehnie, 2005, 48, pp 132-136
Abstract

Semen was collected from 15 Muscovy drakes. Ejaculate volume averaged 0.2 ml, sperm motility 90%, sperm concentration 0.9 × 109/ml, dead spermatozoa 5%, and sperm abnormalities 8.3%. Pekin ducks were inseminated using a 0.3 ml dose, 2 initial inseminations being given 48 h apart, and then a daily ...

Author(s)
Bunaciu, P.; Muscalu, G.; Bunaciu, M.; Șerban, D.; Panait, M.
Citation
Zootehnie și Medicină Veterinară, 1990, 40, 1, pp 27-30
Abstract

In 1965, turkey ♀♀ were each inseminated with 0.007 ml. semen; 59.70% of 667 eggs were fertile v. 86.27% of 984 eggs laid by naturally mated ♀♀. In 1966, ♀♀ were inseminated with 0.036 ml. semen; 82.24% of 348 eggs were fertile v. 82.20% of 224 eggs laid by naturally mated ♀♀. The ♀♀ were...

Author(s)
MARTINA, C.; VIZITIU, V.; FEREDEAN, T.
Citation
Revista Zooteh. Med. vet., 1967, 17, 10, pp 24-28
Abstract

Author(s)
TIRLEA, S.; NENOVIC, C.; ROBU, L.
Citation
Revista Gospod. agric. Stat., 1967, 19, 5, pp 29-31
Abstract

Massage, collection of semen in plastic containers and insemination into the oviduct are described. In 76 domestic and 10 turkey hens resp., the percentage of fertilized eggs obtained by the method described was 92.09 and 84.20%.

Author(s)
BALTAN, G.; SUCIU, I.; CIUPER-CESCU, D.
Publisher
Zootech. Fac., Cluj.,
Citation
Reota Zooteh. Med. vet., 1970, 20, 7, pp 52-59
Abstract

After inseminations with undiluted semen and semen diluted in 3 diluents based on glutamic acid, Tris + citric acid, or Tyrode's solution resp., egg fertility was 77.8, 80.0, 73.6 and 75.4%, and the hatchability of fertile eggs 79.5, 82.3, 74.9 and 77.10%.

Author(s)
Bunaciu, P.; Stefanescu, M.; Danalache, F.; Edu, T.
Citation
Revista de Cresterea Animalelor, 1976, 26, 2, pp 28-31
Abstract

In 1961 and 1963, semen was collected easily from 80% of the cocks given abdominal massage; ejaculate volume averaged 0.6 ml. and spermatozoal concentration 2.9 million per ml. semen. In the 2 yrs. 84.5 and 48-3% resp. of the eggs laid by inseminated ♀♀ were fertile v. 77 .9 and 58-2% of the eggs...

Author(s)
POP, M.; PARASCHIVESCU, M.; MARANDICI, A.
Citation
Lucr. stiinf. Inst. Cerc. zootech., 1966, 24, pp 499-507
Abstract

The technique is described. The insemination of 0.02 ml. semen every 7 days increased the percentage of fertile eggs to 84.5 v. 77.9 for naturally mated controls.-Abstr. summs.

Author(s)
POP, M.; MACRI, M.; DINU, V.; CON-STANTINESCU, S.
Publisher
Bucuresti, Romania
Citation
Revista de Zootehnie si Medicina Veterinaria, 1963, 13, 4, pp 45-52

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