THE INFLUENCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL OPERATIONS ON THE CONSERVATION OF SPERMS

M.C. GRIGA, C. LEIDING

Abstract


The information resulted from the processing of the bull’s seminal material and the artificial inseminations, shows certain signs, like the one, that between different dozes of seminal material coming from the same ejaculator , would be, significant differences concerning the number of pro doze spermatozoon’s as well as their vitality and the percentage of mobile spermatozoon’s from a doze.
The experiments took place at the artificial insemination station from Germany, BVN. In the experiments were included 6 oxen, between two and seven years, belonging to the breeds dual use Simmental and Gelbvieh. As a diluent’s medium, were comparatively used, a diluent with egg yolk, Triladyl (Minitub- Germany) and a diluent without egg yolk, Bioxcell (IMV- France).
Concerning the Motility’s values the impact of the dilators was not as high (table 3). However, slightly better values were indicated here for the BIOXCELL-variant.
All in all the differences between the both dilution variants and the impact of the dilutors corresponded to earlier researches.

Keywords


bulls; sperms; motility

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-asb:62:0:2670


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