4 edition of Fertility and infertility in domestic animals found in the catalog.
Fertility and infertility in domestic animals
J. A. Laing
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by J. A. Laing.|
|LC Classifications||SF871 .L33 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||80501231|
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Subjects: Livestock -- Fertility; Animals, Domestic. Infertility -- veterinary. Confirm this request. Fertility and infertility in domestic animals. The new edition of this book has been published nine years after the appearance of the previous edition, which was reviewed in Animal Breeding Abstracts Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (91K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Fertility and infertility in the domestic animals. Aetiology, diagnosis and treatment. The first edition of this book, published in [see A.B.A., 23, No. ], was written by Professor Laing himself and now, 15 years later, it is followed by the second edition in which he has drawn on the experience of several distinguished by: 1.
Chromosomal anomalies and infertility in farm animals: A review the association between chromosomal abnormalities and reduced fertility in domestic animals is well. Sperm quality analysis is an important tool for the optimization of equine breeding protocols and diagnosis of stallion fertility problems.
Available standard methods include analyses of sperm counts, sperm morphology and motility. These tests are able to identify the most dramatic cases of male infertility, but poor breeding performance may also be due to problems with other.
Infertility is a term used to describe the inability to procreate or produce offspring. In cats, infertility can affect males and females. For female cats, fertility is based on the normal operation of the reproductive system, including the production of eggs, release of eggs (ovulation), and proper uterine processes once the egg has been fertilized.
Infertility in the pig and the control of pig herd fertility Infertility in the bitch and queen Pharmacological control of reproduction in the dog and cat. Section V: Male animal Evaluation of the fertility of breeding males Abnormalities affecting reproductive function of male animals.
Section VI: Less common domestic. Complex genetics of female fertility. ovaries and are completely infertile. 54 These genes are candidates for infertility in women and studies in women with in Domestic Animals. Scientific Book Agency. VOG FEMALE INFERTILITY 3+1 Objective: To impart knowledge and training in diagnosis and treatment of infertility in female domestic animals.
Theory UNIT I Introduction to infertility, classification, economic impact. Anatomical causes of infertility, congenital and hereditary causes and acquired defects.
Jenifer E. Allsworth, Marlene B. Goldman, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Fertility and Fertility Control. Fertility is the total number of births that each woman would have during her lifetime if she bore children at current fertility rates.
The number of births and age at first birth have lasting socioeconomic consequences in the lives of women. Historical overview of domestic animal cytogenetics. Chromosome analyses of domestic mammals were started over 50 years ago.
Their importance in animal breeding was pointed out by Ingemar Gustavsson, who identified a centric fusion (Robertsonian translocation) between chromosomes 1 and 29 in the Swedish Red and White cattle .Five years later, an adverse influence on fertility. Some male animals have high fertility but show low fertility and the cause remains unexplained.
Fertility is determined genetically. The semen of some male animals do not withstand freezing. The fertility of male animals also varies from herd to herd and from individual to individual and also in the same individual at different times.
Reproductive Genomics in Domestic Animals is a thorough examination of genomics in the livestock industry, encompassing genome sciences, genome biotechnology, and reproduction. Recent developments in molecular genetics and genomics have enabled scientists to identify and characterize genes contributing to the complexity of reproduction in.
Methods and Effects of Fertility Management. T his chapter reviews and assesses current options for controlling fertility of free-ranging horses and burros. Investigation of potential fertility-control options was one of the mandates of the.
Fertility Control in Animals and Howard ; Howard and Marsh ; Storm and Sanderson ), and cats (Burke ) with some contraceptive success, but bait accep-tance decreased quickly.
At about the same time, oral medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA) was tested in red foxes (Storm and Sanderson ). Shortly thereafter, other. Infertility and Miscarriage Holistic Solutions. sometimes leading to fertility problems. The natural approach to treating infertility solves the root causes of infertility by addressing all body systems, rather than just focusing solely on the reproductive system.
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