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Current status, advantages and potential applications of embryo transfer in relation to animal production and/or species preservation in Asia



Current status, advantages and potential applications of embryo transfer in relation to animal production and/or species preservation in Asia



International Embryo Movement Proceedings of a symposium, Montreal, 1987: 75-86



A report on the history and current range of embryo transfer in Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia and India. Statistics from government farms in Japan are tabulated. Pregnancy rates resulting from transfer of fresh embryos ranged from 26.7% in Hereford to 75.4% in Japanese Poll (JP) cattle; rates for frozen embryos ranged from 16.7% in Aberdeen-Angus to 50% in JP cattle. Number of calves born as a result of embryo transfer increased from 1 in 1975 to 887 in 1985.

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