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Effects of follicular aspiration pressure on the class I and II oocytes recovered



Effects of follicular aspiration pressure on the class I and II oocytes recovered



Revista Brasileira de Reproducao Animal 26(3): 147-149



This study was conducted to determine the follicular aspiration pressure needed to obtain the best quality and quantity of recovered oocytes. The recovered oocytes were classified according to the number of granulosa cell layers and the cytoplasm homogeneity, as class I (expanded), II (degenerated) and III (naked), with classes I and II being viable oocytes. Oocytes from slaughtered cows were collected. Follicles of 2-8 mm in diameter were collected in a 50 ml conic tube.

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