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Different diluents for ram semen stored at room temperature or for 12 h at 5 degrees C and their effects on fertility



Different diluents for ram semen stored at room temperature or for 12 h at 5 degrees C and their effects on fertility



Folia Veterinaria, Bratislava 1984; 26(1): 53-64



Semen from 10 Peliguey rams was diluted with (1) glucose + lactose + powdered milk, (2) glucose + powdered milk + sodium citrate, (3) powdered milk or (4) glucose + sodium citrate + egg yolk.

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