Achievements in the artificial insemination of swine

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dc.identifier.citation GRANACI, Vera. Achievements in the artificial insemination of swine. In: Bulletin of UASVM Cluj-Napoca. Animal Science and Biotechnologies. 2007, vol. 64 (1-2). 5 p. ISSN 1843-5262. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 1843-5262
dc.description.abstract The advantages of artificial insemination in swice have been reported previosly by very much athors. The objective of this study was to examine the effect of administration of algal extract from Spirulina platensis – BioR. on the quality and fecundity of the sire boars semen. It was utilised two regimes of BioR administration (during10 and 5 days) on the sire boars. The results of the present study indicate that BioR preparation obtained by biosynthesis from Spirulina platensis has a beneficial effect on the reproductive function of the sire boars. The optimal period of BioR administration can be reduced till 5 days. Administration of BioR from 5 to 10 days in the sire boars was contributed to increase the ejaculate volume. the mobility of raw spermatozoa. the farrowing rates for sows and the total number of piglets born. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject fertilitate en_US
dc.subject însămînțare artificială en_US
dc.subject Spirulina platensis en_US
dc.subject spermă en_US
dc.subject vieri en_US
dc.subject artificial insemination en_US
dc.subject boars en_US
dc.subject fertility en_US
dc.subject piglets en_US
dc.subject semen en_US
dc.subject spermatogenezis en_US
dc.title Achievements in the artificial insemination of swine en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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