Intramagnal insemination of hens can eliminate negative influence of lipofectin on fertilising ability of spermatozoa.

@article{Trefil1996IntramagnalIO,
  title={Intramagnal insemination of hens can eliminate negative influence of lipofectin on fertilising ability of spermatozoa.},
  author={Pavel Trefil and Pierrick Thoraval and Joanna Mika and Françoise Coudert and Ginette Dambrine},
  journal={British poultry science},
  year={1996},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={661-4}
}
1. After intramagnal insemination egg production decreased drastically during the first two days and was equivalent to egg production of hens inseminated intravaginally for the remaining period of collection. 2. After magnal insemination, the fertility of eggs collected during the first week was 36.2% and only 3.6% during the second week. 3. In the case of intramagnal insemination, egg fertility in the first week was 88.1%, in the second week 81.8% and the third week 52.3%. 4. The eggs laid… CONTINUE READING

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