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Not so for murderer Gavin Mellor, who has had the brass neck to ask the European Court of Human Rights to overturn the Home Office's refusal to allow him to artificially inseminate his wife.
The center plans to artificially inseminate four other calves while monitoring the progress of their growth.
They plan someday to artificially inseminate her genetically identical calf, a 2-week-old female named Elsie, with sperm now frozen for storage.
The pounds 60 two-day seminar at a secret location which will teach lesbians how to inseminate themselves has caused outrage.
Zoos often have to artificially inseminate female panda's in order for them to reproduce.
html) you can find out when Kelley will ovulate next and how they plan to inseminate.
A state prisoner serving 100 years to life brought a [sections]1983 action against a warden, alleging violation of his constitutional right to procreate by refusing to allow him to artificially inseminate his wife.
In this relatively new procedure, a physician needs only a single sperm to inseminate an egg.
Livestock Improvement offers dairy farmers in New Zealand an on-farm AB service that provides technicians who visit farms daily to inseminate cows.
Such a practice provides the first male to inseminate a reproductive advantage by bypassing structures in the females' genitalia, reports The BBC.
A state prisoner serving 100 years to life brought a 1983 action against a warden, alleging violation of his constitutional right to procreate by refusing to allow him to artificially inseminate his wife.
Male rats normally inseminate a female with up to 10 times as many sperm as are typically needed to ensure impregnation.