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Ethical, moral and welfare implications of embryo manipulation technology


, : Ethical, moral and welfare implications of embryo manipulation technology. Proceedings of the 7th Seminar of the Dairy Cattle Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association held at Hamilton, New Zealand, 22-25 May 1990: 81-95

The legal framework covering embryo manipulation in New Zealand is described. Animal welfare issues arising from the use of embryo transfer, artificial embryo recovery, insemination, oestrus synchronization and superovulation are discussed.

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