I. G. F. Goovaerts

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Dairy cow fertility has been declining during since the mid-80s and this has given rise to numerous scientific studies in which important parts of the pathogenesis are elucidated. Reduced oocyte and(More)
Fertility in high yielding dairy cows is declining, and there is increasing evidence to presume that oocyte and embryo quality are major factors in the complex pathogenesis of reproductive failure.(More)
Sperm recovery from the cauda epididymis can be very advantageous, for example, in case of the unexpected death of a genetically highly valuable animal, for preserving endangered species, or when the(More)
The maintaining of the epididymis at lower temperatures during storage and transport improves sperm quality. Our study aimed to test whether epididymis storage temperature (post-mortem) and sperm(More)