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Fertility and infertility in the domestic animals

J. A. Laing

Fertility and infertility in the domestic animals

aetiology, diagnosis, and treatment.

by J. A. Laing

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Published by Williams and Wilkins in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility.,
  • Veterinary obstetrics.,
  • Breeding.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementEdited by J. A. Laing.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF871 .L33 1970b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 480 p.
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4553654M
    ISBN 100702002437
    LC Control Number77023223


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Subjects: Livestock -- Fertility; Animals, Domestic. Infertility -- veterinary. Confirm this request. 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.

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 Abstra "Book Reviews - Fertility and infertility in the domestic animal (J. A." This is a book that is particularly well presented and most up-to-date.

In embracing both the normal and abnormal aspects of fertility, the author has dealt with a difficult subject in a most capable manner. How to Cite. Dowling, D. (), FERTILITY AND INFERTILITY IN THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS. Australian Veterinary Journal, doi: /jtbx.

Conquering Infertility from Dr. Alice D. Domar is a mind-body guide to living with infertility. Because psychological stress can affect fertility and vice versa, this manual helps women break that Author: Anna Schaefer. This is the only book to cover the full range of domestic animals and now also includes less common species such as llamas and alpacas.

Several more common, frequently encountered small animal species such as guinea pigs and rabbits. This paper was presented at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the American Society for the Study of Sterility, Atlantic City, N.

J., April 3–5, Cited by: 6. “ENDOMETRITIS AS A CAUSE OF INFERTILITY IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS” 7 Plenary lecture I Bovine Fertility and the immune system: from insemination to calving Hans-Joachim Schuberth Immunology Unit, University of Veterinary Medicine, Hannover, Germany Every aspect of bovine fertility is guided, controlled, or accompanied by immunoregulatory Size: 1MB.

Fertility and infertility in the domestic animals: aetiology, diagnosis, and treatment. For most of the domestic animals the fertility rate is generally very good. If a uniparous female animal is served during the oestrus period by a male with good sperm quality, the pregnancy rate.

The ultimate manifestation of infertility is failure to produce offspring. In polytocous species, a subnormal number of offspring also constitutes infertility. In females, infertility may be due to failure to cycle, aberrations of the estrous cycle, failure to conceive, or prenatal and perinatal death of the conceptus.

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 Pages: (Received for publication 5 July ) BOOK REVIEW FERTILITY AND INFERTILITY IN THE DOMESTIC ANIMAM The new edition of this book* makes one appreciate two general points.

First that the subject has developed enormously in the last decade and second that it involves such a wide variety of disciplines. The most common cause of infertility in dogs and cats is related to husbandry problems.

Breeding with a proven fertile male must occur at the optimal time for the female. Infectious, anatomic, metabolic, and functional problems associated with infertility are seen less frequently.

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Chromosomal anomalies and infertility in farm animals: A review the association between chromosomal abnormalities and reduced fertility in domestic animals. 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 Cited by: 4.

Vol. 10, No.5, INFERTILITY IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS Fertilization rates of 85 to 95 per cent have been found in sows bred naturally to fertile boars 34 Somewhat lower fertilization rates have been reported for ewes bred artificially12.

 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.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). For most of the domestic animals the fertility rate is generally very good.

If a uniparous female animal is served during the oestrus period by a male with good sperm quality, the pregnancy rate is 60 to 70%. Among the animals that deliver more than one offspring, in many cases the pregnancy rate even reaches more than 90%.Cited by: 3.

Reproduction, Fertility and Development is an international journal publishing original research, review and comment in the fields of reproduction and developmental biology in humans, domestic animals and wildlifeCited by: 7.

Respected fertility specialists provide valuable knowledge to consumers about the proper diagnosis and treatment of infertility problems. They explore basic fertility enhancement methods, alternative treatments, and guide the reader through assisted reproduction techniques.

This book helps demystify the "alphabet soup" of assisted reproduction. Fertility and Sterility Classic Articles; ASRM Committee Documents; eLetters to the Editor; Latin American Edition; Female Infertility in Domestic Animals Hansel, William Book Reviews Zorgniotti, Adrian W.

Understanding animal andrology is fundamental to optimising genetic breeding traits in domestic and wild animals. This book provides extensive coverage of male reproductive biology, discussing the essentials of sperm production, harvest and preservation before covering the applications to a range of animals including cattle, horses, pigs, small ruminants, Reviews: 1.

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Due to. Domestic Fowl Domestic fowl has previously been researched on and it was found that by over feeding but not force feeding the male birds, there was no effect on fertility. [22] However, more recently a study has shown that obesity induced by force feeding can affect the number of spermatozoa and their motility in the male birds.

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Gangwar, A.K. Read More. Fertility and infertility in domestic animals: Laing, John Archibald. Read More. Quote of the Day. ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute. Seasonal infertility in the domestic sow has a considerable economic impact on the pig industry.

Reduced oocyte quality and increased wean-to-service interval (WSI) have been observed during the seasonal infertility period (1, 2). The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between season, WSI, ovarian dynamics and oocyte quality in sows experiencing Author: M.

Bertoldo, P. Holyoake, G. Evans, C. Grupen. There are many possible causes of infertility in male dogs, including behavioral, physical, and medical factors. Your veterinarian will perform a thorough examination and testing to diagnose the reason for your male dog's infertility, and treatment will depend on the underlying cause.

Chromosomal Anomalies and Infertility in Farm Animals: A Review Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Sci. 37 (1): 1 - 18 () 3 pairs of autosomes and the X chromosome are acrocentric and sub-metacentric, respectively, in both Bos taurus and Bos indicus breeds.

The only difference is in the Y chromosome, which is sub-metacentric in. Edited by Michael J. Meredith, the book provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of reproduction in farm animals and horses. Each chapter is dealt with by a subject specialist and takes a problem -orientated approach to issues such as infertility Author: M.

Meredith. Infertility in female dogs is most commonly the result of improper breed management or male infertility, but can be the result of something more serious, such as ovarian cysts or tumors, hormonal problems, and infectious diseases.

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