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Artificial insemination (AI) in vitro had been pioneered by Russian scientist V.P. Vrassky (1855) and later has been developed and advanced by I.I. Ivanov. The latter has been the first who inseminated hens artificially with the sperm obtained from the seminal ducts of slaughtered cocks (1902). AI...

Author(s)
Konoplyova, A. P.; Roiter, Ya. S.
Publisher
"Avian" (Redaktsija zhurnala "Ptitsevodstvo"), Moscow, Russia
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 2019, No.3, pp 8-12
Abstract

Artificial insemination is an effective approach to reproduction in poultry, especially meat producing. High quality and efficiency of sperm dilutants are necessary for desirable levels of egg fertility and hatch of chicks. The data of the testing of new sperm dilutant designed at the All-Russian...

Author(s)
Perinek, O. Yu.
Publisher
"Avian" (Redaktsija zhurnala "Ptitsevodstvo"), Moscow, Russia
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 2018, No.9, pp 11-13
Abstract

An experiment was conducted to determine the effect of number and dose of insemination using fresh or diluted semen in artificially inseminated Pekin ducks by utilizing Muscovy drakes' semen. There were 6 groups of Pekin ducks inseminated, groups I, III and V were given 0.05 ml with a concentration ...

Author(s)
Gerzilov, V.
Publisher
National Centre for Agrarian Sciences in Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Zhivotnov"dni Nauki, 2000, 37, 2, pp 25-28
Abstract

Author(s)
Sredkova, V.
Citation
Zhivotnov"dni Nauki, 1997, 34, 1/2, pp 56-58
Abstract

Semen quality was evaluated for 12 groups of cocks fed different levels of grass meal (5-20%)in the diet and feed containing different levels of a vitamin A supplement (0-15 million IU/tonne) and vitamin E supplement (20-50 g/tonne). It was concluded that semen quality was highest on a diet...

Author(s)
Shuvalov, A.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1998, No. 1, pp 24-25
Abstract

For hens (85-232 per group) inseminated 10, 60, 120, 180, 300 or 420 min after oviposition, 1-2 h before the expected time of oviposition, or daily at 14.00 h regardless of the time of oviposition, egg fertility was 91.0, 82.6, 86.7, 87.4, 92.4, 96.0, 52.9 and 90.9% resp. An insemination schedule...

Author(s)
Davtyan, A.; Simonenko, V.; Volkonskaya, T.; Semenova, A.; Zhizhina, A.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1984, No. 2, pp 20-21
Abstract

In fowls and turkeys inseminated with small numbers of spermatozoa, egg fertility was best when semen was introduced within 3-4 cm of the utero-vaginal junction. Insemination of fowls in the early evening (3-4 h after oviposition) with semen diluted in S2 diluent allowed the sperm dose to be...

Author(s)
Davtyan, A. D.; Broerskiĭ, A. V.; Volkonskaya, T. N.; Semenova, A. A.; Rubal'skiĭ, N. B.; Sokolov, V. V.
Publisher
Zagorsk, USSR
Citation
Vysokoprodukt. linii i krossy ptitsy dlya prom. tekhnol., 1986, pp 115-126
Abstract

Semen was collected from 25 drakes, diluted in the A-5 diluent, and used for insemination of 5 groups, each of 70 females . The number of spermatozoa in an insemination dose (X 107) was 80, 64, 53, 46 and 35 for the 5 groups resp. In these groups, the fertility of incubated eggs (1542-1600 per...

Author(s)
Davtyan, A.; Starygin, M.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1982, No. 7, pp 20
Abstract

At a farm with about 10 000 laying ♀♀, the number of ganders was 3300 before the introduction of AI, 2400 after its introduction, and 1200 after the ♂:♀ ratio was increased to 1:20. The selection of ganders is based on body weight (>7 kg at 22 wk of age), penis development, ease of ejaculation...

Author(s)
Snitkin, M.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1990, No. 6, pp 18-20
Abstract

A moderate increase in semen collection frequency in turkeys led to a 26.9% increase in the amount of semen collected and a 3.3-3.9% increase in fertilizing ability. The provision of vitamin supplements to cocks increased semen quality and fertilizing ability.

Author(s)
Besulin, V. I.
Publisher
Moscow, USSR
Citation
Ėffektiv. tekhnol. proizvodstva produktov ptitsevod., 1989, pp 71-76

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