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Effect of collection technique on yield of bovine oocytes and the development potential of oocytes from different grades of oocytes

Effect of collection technique on yield of bovine oocytes and the development potential of oocytes from different grades of oocytes

Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner 7(3): 188-193

Oocyte collection technique is important to obtain a maximum number of oocytes to be used for in vitro production of embryos. In this study, immature bovine oocytes were collected from slaughterhouse ovaries by two techniques: aspiration of 2-6 mm follicles and slicing. Following collection, oocyte qualities were classified into four categories (A, B, C and D) on the basis of cumulus attachment.

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