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inseminate

(ĭn-sĕm′ə-nāt′)
tr.v. insemi·nated, insemi·nating, insemi·nates
1. To introduce or inject semen into the reproductive tract of (a female).
2. Archaic To sow seed in.

in·sem′i·na′tion n.
in·sem′i·na′tor n.

inseminate

V. to introduce semen into the genital passage of a female whether by coitus or otherwise. Potentially to impregnate.
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With the help of ultrasound monitoring, urine/serum luteinizing hormone test and hCG administration, insemination was performed within 24 h before and/or after ovulation.
Intrauterine insemination was performed at the first attempt in 180(81.8%) couples, at the second attempt in 37(16.8%) and at the third attempt in 3(1.3%) couples.
Both females had undergone artificial insemination.
The first chick to hatch was called 'Neumann,' named after veterinarian Daniel Neumann, from Parrot Reproduction Consulting, the executor of the first successful artificial insemination in Spix.
Pregnancy rates to pre-treatment insemination was 25% (5/20) in intra vaginal progestrone insert treated group while in the control group only 5% (1/20) conceived to first insemination and the difference was not statistically significant.
The number of inseminations per cycle did not affect the pregnancy rate.
"It turns out there is not much information about obesity and insemination outside the PCOS [polycystic ovarian syndrome] population."
Polish-Swiss breeder Longin Blachut said even excessive use of artificial insemination could be harmful to the Arabian breed in the long run.
The scientists are investigating how to hone the technique and improve its success rate by improving the timing of estrus and insemination.--By Laura McGinnis, formerly with ARS.
To assess the interest in insemination among HIV-discordant couples and the frequency of such procedures, 40 of the 222 hemophilia treatment centers in the United States were surveyed by telephone.
This study was conducted to investigate the effect of the interval between the onset of spontaneous estrus and artificial insemination (AI) on reproductive performance and calf sex ratio in repeat breeder Holstein cows.