Sperm morphological attributes in indigenous male goats raised under extensive husbandry in Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Mekasha2007SpermMA,
  title={Sperm morphological attributes in indigenous male goats raised under extensive husbandry in Ethiopia},
  author={Yoseph Mekasha and Azage Tegegne and Heriberto Rodriguez-Mart{\'i}nez},
  year={2007}
}
This study assessed the morphological attributes of epididymal spermatozoa from indigenous goat breeds managed under conditions of extensive husbandry in Ethiopia. Seventy-four healthy male goats from 5 breeds (Arsi-Bale [AB], Afar, Central Highlands [CH], Boran, and Woito-Guji [WG]) and 3 age groups (< 14 mo [younger]; 14.0 – 19.5 mo [intermediate]; 19.6 – 24 mo [older]) were randomly selected, and their epididymal spermatozoa were evaluated for morphology. While in caput and corpus, the… CONTINUE READING

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