Effect of Sephadex and glass-wool column filtration on the quality and storage (at 5 0C) of crossbred bull semen
Vyas, S.; Dhami, A.J.; Greesh, Mohan and Sahani, K.L. (1991) Effect of Sephadex and glass-wool column filtration on the quality and storage (at 5 0C) of crossbred bull semen. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 61 (7). pp. 702-704. ISSN 0367-8318
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The sperm motility and the quality in general, of the initial poor quality ejaculates or crossbred bulls could be effectively improved and the semen could be preserved at 5 0C with satisfactory sperm motility up to 96 hr following the use of glass-wool of Sephadex G-10 column filtration over the whole semen. The beneficial effect of filtration was marked in the initially poor quality ejaculates and hence may be practiced a a routine procedure in the semen bank to improve the quality of initially poor ejaculates from valuable sires.
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