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- Eckhardt, OHO; Martins, SMMK; Pinese, ME; Horta, FC; Rosseto, AC; Torres, MA; De Andrade, AFC; Muro, BBD; Marino, CT; Rodrigues, PHM; Moretti, AS
- Reproduction in domestic animals 2014 v.49 no.6 pp. 964-969
- piglets, etc ; artificial insemination; boars; equine chorionic gonadotropin; estrus; farrowing; gilts; luteinizing hormone; pregnancy; puberty; reproductive performance; sows; ultrasonics; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... The aim of this study was to evaluate the reproductive performance of three parities of gilts treated or not treated with gonadotropin to induce puberty. Sixty gilts received 600 IU of equine chorionic gonadotropin (eCG) followed by 2.5 mg of porcine luteinizing hormone (LH) 72 h later. Fifty‐nine other gilts were exposed only to a mature boar for 15 min twice daily. Artificial insemination (AI) w ...
- Sbardella, PE; Ulguim, RR; Fontana, DL; Ferrari, CV; Bernardi, ML; Wentz, I; Bortolozzo, FP
- Reproduction in domestic animals 2014 v.49 no.1 pp. 59-64
- piglets, etc ; artificial insemination; boars; estrus; farrowing; farrowing rate; insemination; lactation; litter size; reproductive performance; semen; sows; spermatozoa; ultrasonography; weight loss; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The study evaluated the reproductive performance of primiparous sows submitted to post‐cervical insemination (PCAI) compared with cervical artificial insemination (CAI). Difficulty with catheter introduction, the occurrence of bleeding or semen backflow during insemination, and volume and sperm cell backflow up to 60 min after insemination were also evaluated. Sows were homogenously distributed, a ...