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The effects of increased testicular temperature on spermatogenesis in the stallion


, : The effects of increased testicular temperature on spermatogenesis in the stallion. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility (Supplement 44): 127-134

Semen collections (4-8) were made from 12 stallions over a 2-wk period before maintaining the testes at an increased temp. for 24 or 48 h by enclosure in a heated sling. During treatment, scrotal temp. increased from <35 degrees C to 37.3+or-0.7 degrees. Semen was collected until sperm motility regained the pretreatment value in each stallion (average, 66 days); 3 stallions required on 73-day recovery period.

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