theriogenology


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theriogenology

the discipline of animal reproduction; that branch of veterinary science which comprises the study of the normal physiology and anatomy and the pathology and diseases of the male and female reproductive tracts of animals. It includes the subjects of obstetrics and gynecology, as dealt with in human medicine, reproduction on a herd and flock basis, and with artificial insemination and embryo transfer and, in some countries, with neonatology.
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Department of Theriogenology Chairman Dr Zafar Iqbal Qureshi said the project was meant to raise the income of rural women farmers.
and Quality Management, Food Service Management, Agri Engineering, Water Resource Engineering, Food Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Animal Breeding and Genetics, Livestock Management, Animal Nutrition, Theriogenology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Pathology, Physiology, Pharmacology, Anatomy, Clinical Medicine and Surgery,
Project Description: This project relocates College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) equine Theriogenology facilities from a satellite campus in Southern Pines, NC to the Reedy Creek Farm.
Department of Theriogenology and Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul 08826, Korea
Hormonal responses following treatment with different prostaglandin analogues; Theriogenology 17:499-506.
a specialist in theriogenology (reproduction), says the possibility of avoiding surgery is reason enough for pet owners to celebrate: "The ease of use would maximize veterinary labor at shelters.
Dean Faculty of Life Sciences Business Management Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad, Dean Faculty Veterinary Science Prof Dr Muhammad Sarwar Khan and Department of Theriogenology Chairman Dr Mian Abdul Sattar were also present on the occasion.
Blackwell's five-minute veterinary consult clinical companion; equine theriogenology.
Con la introduccion de la produccion in vitro de embriones de bovino, emergio la demanda rutinaria de oocitos (Barnes F, Endebrock M, Looney C, Powell R, Westhusin M, Bondili K 1993, J Reprod Fertil 97: 317-320), y la necesidad de almacenar oocitos maduros a temperaturas subcero (Shaw JM, Oranratnachai A, Trounson AO 2000, Theriogenology 53: 59-72).
Paul) provides a practical reference to small-animal theriogenology for fellow practitioners.
The study is scheduled for publication in Theriogenology.