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Effect of filtration through Sephadex and glasswool on the quality and freezability of semen of crossbred bulls



Effect of filtration through Sephadex and glasswool on the quality and freezability of semen of crossbred bulls



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 62(4): 341-343



40 ejaculates were collected from 5 crossbred bulls and aliquots were filtered through Sephadex G-25 or G-50, or glass wool, or were not filtered before dilution and freezing in liquid nitrogen.

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