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Serological studies on artificial insemination in domestic fowl. I. On the decline of fertility and agglutinin against spermatozoa



Serological studies on artificial insemination in domestic fowl. I. On the decline of fertility and agglutinin against spermatozoa



Jap. Poult. Sci 3: 1-4



Over a long period, White Leghorn (W.L.), Barred Plymouth Rock (B.P.R.) and crossbred hens were repeatedly inseminated with semen from W.L., B.P.R. and White Cornish (W.C.). Egg fertility declined as the period of artificial breeding increased, particularly with W.C.. Sperm agglutinin titre in hens did not depend on the length of time that they had been artificially bred, and the lowering of egg fertility could not therefore be attributed to the production of sperm agglutinins.

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