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The high incidence of Repeat breeding is one of the most common problems faced by the farmers and veterinarians in India and it causes huge economic loss to the farmers. A total of 90 repeat breeder cows that were either brought to the Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Tirunelveli, or to the infertility camps at nea...

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Regulating oestrus using oestrus synchronizing agents may help to increase the conception rate in repeat breeder cows. A total of 48 repeat breeder cows were divided into 3 groups viz., group I, II and III. Cows in group I and II were treated with 0.98 mg of Tiaprost (PGF2α) on day 10 following natural oestrus (day 0). Group III cows, served as control without a...

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2005
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT) is an important technology which has immense potential application in animal production and pharmaceuticals. Research works on SCNT in Bubalus bubalis were limited and with the objective of optimizing various aspects of SCNT in buffaloes, experiments were carried out on maturation of oocytes, donor cell type, fusion, activa...

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2009
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

The present study was aimed at assessing the effect of GnRH analogue in synchronizing the follicular wave emergence in Jersey crossbred cattle and to study the effect of initiating FSH treatment (normal and reduced doses) after synchronizing the emergence of follicular wave on superovulatory response and embryo yield. Six healthy, non-lactating and regularly c...

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In a survey conducted in Tamil Nadu under Tamil Nadu Irrigated Agriculture Modernization and Water- Bodies Restoration and Management Project during 2008-09, it was found that only 35 per cent of cows and buffalo cows were pregnant as against a desirable level of 70 per cent and around one third of cows and buffalo cows were infertile because of anoestrus or rep...

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2007
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University

This study was conducted to compare the conception rate and litter size in bitches inseminated following intravaginal and intrauterine route with fresh and frozen semen and to study the effect of commercial semen extender on post thaw characters of dog semen. To study the efficacy of vaginoscopy to predict fertile insemination time in bitches was also taken as ...

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