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



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



International Embryo Movement Proceedings of a symposium, Montreal, 1987: 63-73



An account is given of the embryo transfer industry in North America. The usage of techniques associated with embryo transfer (superovulation, surgical vs. non-surgical embryo collection, the freezing and splitting of embryos, and surgical vs. non-surgical embryo transfer) in cattle, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, wildlife and exotic species is indicated in a series of tables.

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