4 edition of Artificial breeding of non-domestic animals found in the catalog.
Artificial breeding of non-domestic animals
by Academic Press for the Zoological Society of London in London, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by P. F. Watson.|
|Series||Symposia of the Zoological Society of London ;, no. 43|
|Contributions||Watson, P. F., Zoological Society of London.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .Z733 no. 43, SF105.5 .Z733 no. 43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||79311420|
Marsupial semen collection, handling and basic properties were the subject of a paper at the Symposium of the Zoological Society of London, which led to Paul Watson’s landmark book ‘Artificial Breeding of Non-Domestic Animals’.Cited by: artificial insemination makes it easy to breed animals that are in different locations. it also minimizes the risk to the female animal by keeping her separated from the male. artificial insemination also allows you to easily introduce new genetic material into your established group of animals for better diversity and a reduced risk of birth.
Artificial insemination is the breeding of a female with semen that has been collected and inseminated into the uterus or vagina using instruments or equipment rather than by natural service (breeding). Species. Artificial insemination is used in many non-human animals, including sheep, horses, cattle, pigs, dogs, pedigree animals generally, zoo animals, turkeys and creatures as tiny as honeybees and as massive as orcas (killer whales). Artificial insemination of farm animals is common in the developed world, ICDCM:
Artificial insemination (AI) is the process of introducing semen from a donor stallion into a mare when she is in estrus by means other than sexual intercourse to achieve pregnancy. The process has been used in livestock for decades, especially cattle, but more recently the practice has become more utilized in horses. 1. Artificial breeding methods 2. Introduction • Artificial breeding is also called Selective breeding/artificial selection it is the process by which humans breed other animals for particular traits. • Typically, strains that are selectively bred are domesticated and the breeding is normally done by a professional breeder.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: However, cooled stored semen is the method of choice for breeding horses and pigs, enabling the semen dose to be transported to different locations for insemination.
Stallion semen is stored at approximately 6 °C while boar semen is stored between 16 and 18 °C. Most boar semen doses are sold as cooled by: 8. Artificial Insemination in Farm Animals. By Milad Manafi June Artificial insemination is used instead of natural mating for reproduction purposes and its chief priority is that the desirable characteristics of a bull or other male livestock animal can be passed on more quickly and to more progeny than if that animal is mated with females in a natural fashion.
Summary. Artificial insemination (AI) is the most important single technique devised for the genetic improvement of animals. Major advantages of AI are: genetic improvement; control of venereal diseases; availability of accurate breeding records; economic service; and safety through elimination of dangerous males.
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(Original photo. Artificial selection has different priorities and is applied more intensely. But the results are the same, genes that are not favored get pushed out by those that are.
Whether it is a dog breeder that does not want dogs that do not meet a breed standard, or nature that does not allow an animal that cannot escape predators to breed. 17 rows Artificial insemination is used instead of natural mating for reproduction purposes Cited by: Get this from a library.
Artificial breeding of non-domestic animals: (the proceedings of a symposium held at the Zoological Society of London on 7 and 8 September ). [P F Watson; Zoological Society of London.;]. • The book covers the discipline of animal breeding from its history, quantitative genetic principles, selection, mating systems and the breeding methods used for improvement of.
Organized into five sections encompassing 14 chapters, this book begins with an overview of animals in society and perspectives on animal breeding.
It then discusses the animal industries that are heavily dependent on reproductive technology, including those engaged in cloning, selfing, aquaculture, artificial insemination, and embryo Edition: 1. Organized into five sections encompassing 14 chapters, this book begins with an overview of animals in society and perspectives on animal breeding.
It then discusses the animal industries that are heavily dependent on reproductive technology, including those engaged in cloning, selfing, aquaculture, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
The importance and potential of artificial insemination in CANDES (companion animals, non-domestic, endangered species). Theriogenology, 71(1), pp Journal. The first step in the insemination process is to restrain the animal to be inseminated.
There are several things to keep in mind when choosing a location for inseminating cattle including: • Safety of both the animal and the inseminator. • Ease of use. • Shelter from adverse weather. Examples of wild animals that have been successfully impregnated through.
artificial insemination include big cats (e.g., the tiger, the puma, the cheetah, and the. clouded leopard), the white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) and the onager (Equus. onager). Artificial insemination is done on standing animals through a technique, known a rectal palpation.
Each semen ejaculate of a male bull, in theory, can be used to inseminate as many as cows. Another advantage of Al is that the semen can be transported (in cryopreserved form) to different places/countries and used to develop superior animals. A unique feature of this book is the focus on large, domestic animals.
Previous editions were considered the "Bible" of reproductive physiology. It covers basic, large animal reproductive physiology, provides species-specific information and is. Artificial insemination (AI) of cattle.
Artificial insemination (AI) is the process of collecting sperm cells from a male animal and manually depositing them into the reproductive tract of a female. One can cite a number of potential benefits from the use of artificial insemination.Artificial Insemination. Artificial insemination is the introduction of semen into the vagina or cervix by artificial means.
This procedure was supposedly used by the Arabs in ancient times, but the first documented success in the modern world occurred in with the artificial insemination of a dog (Betteridge, ).Cited by: 5.Captive breeding of non-domestic birds has increased dramatically in this century, and production of young often exceeds that of the same number of birds in their native habitat.
However, when infertility is a problem, artificial insemination can be a useful method to improve production. Artificial insemination programs with non-domestic birds are relatively recent.