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Hybridization between a Barbary ram (Ammotragus lervia Pallas) and goat does (Capra hircus Linnaeus)



Hybridization between a Barbary ram (Ammotragus lervia Pallas) and goat does (Capra hircus Linnaeus)



Australian Society for Reproductive Biology Twelfth annual conference, University of New England, Armidale, August 27-29, 1980 Program and abstracts of papers: 1 p.



Nine Merino ewes and 6 feral goat does were given PMSG to induce superovulation, and were inseminated with Barbary semen. Four or 5 days later they yielded 9 and 7 embryos resp.; 14 were transferred singly to ewes and does. None of the 8 Barbary X Merino embryos survived. Barbary X goat embryos transferred to ewes did not survive, but 3 of 4 transferred to does survived for more than or equal to 7 wk; 1 recipient doe produced a live male hybrid offspring after a 155-day pregnancy.

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