N O Rasbech

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  • N O Rasbech
  • 1975
Ejaculatory disorders of the stallion seem to occur more frequently than hitherto accepted. The condition is manifested differently in individual stallions from normal copulation without ejaculation to an abnormal pattern of copulation without or with occasional ejaculation. The condition is probably caused by a functional disturbance of the nervous(More)
On the basis of progesterone determination on plasma or blood after RIA and the kit method respectively and consecutive scanning performed on a total number of 31 mares the following features were demonstrated: The overall material shows that in 20 mares (64.5%) embryonic vesicles were demonstrated. Of these mares 16 have conceived after service in the 1st(More)
The basis for a more general and practicable application of egg transplantation in the livestock industry is the development of a reliable instrumental (non-surgical) technique for recovery and transfer of eggs. Since the beginning of 1976 an instrument and technique developed by the author for instrumental recovery of bovine six to eight days old eggs has(More)
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