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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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Richardson added that to optimise the quality of offspring produced in breeding programs we may need to make sure that females mate with multiple males and that they avoid artificial insemination, which could lead to the genetic health of bred stocks being weaker.
By Bonnie James/Deputy News Editor Pioneering efforts by Qatar's Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation to conserve the extinct-in-the-wild Spix's macaw have achieved a key milestone with the world's first artificial insemination in the parrot species native to Brazil, under a partnership with a German firm.
2% of the cases, between one to four inseminations were performed.
ORLANDO - A first of its kind study shows maternal weight does not play a role in pregnancy success via intrauterine insemination, in stark contrast to multiple trials that indicate as obesity increases, the chances for a woman to conceive via in vitro fertilization drop.
First to do this, seeds insemination was done according to the instruction (proper and unharmed seeds with high potential were prepared, suitable amount for each treatment distributed and spilled into a plastic sack with proper amount).
Pregnancy rates and first born calves by artificial insemination using sexed semen in Argentina.
Some of the top breeders have defended both artificial insemination and the more recent use of embryo-transfer technology to achieve desired pedigree in purebred Arabian race horses but called for using the latter technique in moderation.
Artificial insemination (AI) is an important tool for modern livestock breeding--particularly for cattle and swine.
The main threat may come from kennelmate Robbie De Niro, although there have to be concerns about his draw in four, while perhaps the most interesting runner from a breeding viewpoint is Graham Calvert junior's Delwood Otis, who was bred by frozen Artificial Insemination (AI) by Australian sire Go Wild Teddy.
The Mirror spoke to three women who wanted a baby so much, they were prepared to go it alone from the very start, with the help of Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID).
acts as prime contractor for this project that consists of three phases: setting up an operations management system for inseminations, integrating the new system to the company's accounting system, and designing a data warehousing environment.
It sounds like she did a total of four inseminations before she got pregnant (three with the first donor and one with the second).