insemination


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insemination

[in‚sem·ə′nā·shən]
(biology)
The planting of seed.
(physiology)
The introduction of sperm into the vagina.
Impregnation.
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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.
Following 48-72 hr of abstinence, semen was collected three hours before insemination for laboratory processing.
Deborah Mihaloff, an American breeder of Arabian horses said, "I agree with embryonic transfers and artificial inseminations as they lessen the risk exposure to a mare.
The zoo used artificial insemination, because it is extremely difficult for pandas in captivity to conceive naturally.
Through artificial insemination, we can help to increase the population, improve pollination and overall conditions for wildlife in the surrounding areas.
Through artificial insemination, we can help increase the population, improve pollination and overall conditions for wildlife in the surrounding areas.
This paper reports on a pilot study among 12 lesbian parents in the UK (mostly couples, interviewed together) who used medicaly provided donor insemination with anonymous donors to have a child.
Artificial insemination (AI) is an important tool for modern livestock breeding--particularly for cattle and swine.
PROFESSOR Twink Allen, a former director of the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association equine fertility unit in Newmarket, last month renewed his calls for the abolition of what he termed the "antiquated" rule banning artificial insemination in thoroughbred breeding, and launched a broadside at "wealthy stud owners afraid of a change in the status quo" at a breeding seminar in South Africa.
Given the advantages offered by artificial insemination (AI), this is perhaps the biotechnology with greater impact on equine breeding, because a stallion can leave hundreds of offsprings over his reproductive life if AI is efficiently used (1).
The European Commission, on 21 March, formally requested (second stage of an infringement procedure) that Austria modify its animal breeding law which hinders the provision of bovine artificial insemination services by foreign artificial insemination stations.