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To address these constraints, the Cagayan Valley Small Ruminants Research Center (CVSRRC) of the Isabela State University implemented a project in 2012, titled 'Commercialization and Institutionalization of Artificial Insemination for Goats Delivery System in Cagayan Valley,'' it said.
This situation can be explained by the fact that rutting detection and inseminations took place in the relatively cooler months of autumn under Manisa conditions.
Key words: Estrus synchronization, biostimulation, artificial insemination, buffaloes, low breeding season.
With the help of ultrasound monitoring, urine/serum luteinizing hormone test and hCG administration, insemination was performed within 24 h before and/or after ovulation.
Methods: This prospective observational study was carried out at Chohan Reproduction and Assisted Fertility Treatment Centre, Lahore, Pakistan, from January 2014 to July 2014, and comprised infertile couples undergoing intrauterine insemination cycles.
Artificial insemination will be used alongside natural breeding attempts and is a vital breeding technique due to pandas' unique reproductive biology with a very short reproductive window of 48-72 hours.
Given that a narrow genetic pool is one of the biggest problems for the worldwide breeding programme, as it causes suboptimal fertility in the population, researchers from AWWP together with Parrot Reproduction Consulting from Germany decided to help the species through artificial insemination.
05) difference between the intra vaginal progestrone insert and control groups on number of non pregnant cows returning to estrus and also on mean interval from last insemination to resynchronized estrus.
We found no association between BMI [body mass index] and fecundability in women undergoing insemination," Dr.
Study of soya insemination necessity foretelling possibility on the basis of Study the possibility of necessity predicting of soya insemination on the basis of determining the number of japonicum Brady rhizobium bacteria and measuring potential mineralization in under cultivation soya of soil.
Some of the top breeders have defended both artificial insemination and the more recent use of embryo-transfer technology to achieve desired pedigree in purebred Arabian race horses but called for using the latter technique in moderation.