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Sunday / Aug 11, 2019 /

History of Reproduction

UK Atheya / General Knowledge, Reproduction /

Here I am giving the list of some historical events related to Reproduction. 1677 – Leeuwenhoek first saw spermatozoa under a microscope. 1780– Spallanzani produced four pups of the dog by injecting solid of semen in the uterus of dog. He was the first who reported the effects of cooling on sperm. 1897 – Heap,…

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Friday / Aug 02, 2019 /


UK Atheya / Diseases /

Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that affects humans and animals. It is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the genus Leptospira. In humans, it can cause a wide range of symptoms. The infection is generally transmitted to humans by water that has been contaminated by animal urine which comes in contact with unhealed breaks in…

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Tuesday / Jul 30, 2019 /

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) in Cattle

UK Atheya / Cattle, Cattle Reproduction /

IVF in Cattle We need 15 million spermatozoa for 1 artificial insemination. For the production of the female calf, the X and Y chromosomes are separated and the x sperms are used for the production of female calves. The technique used for the separation of semen can separate only 4 million spermatozoa. These 4 million spermatozoa…

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Tuesday / Jul 30, 2019 /

Multiple Ovulation and Embryo Transfer in Cattle

UK Atheya / Cattle, Cattle Management, Cattle Reproduction, Dairy /

Multiple Ovulation and Embryo Transfer in Cattle Form high milk-producing cow in a lifetime calving get 5 or 6 calves. At the onset of estrus or heat cycle under the influence of follicular stimulating hormone, only one ovum is mature, as such the cow gives one calf. However, if a higher dose of FSH (Follicular…

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Friday / Jul 26, 2019 /


UK Atheya / General Knowledge, Sheep, Sheep General Information /

The production of cloned sheep Dolly by Keith Campbell, Ian Wilmut, from the mammary cell of sheep, was a big landmark of reproductive biology the production of such cloned animals invites no necessity of marriage. Because form the single-cell cloned animals can be produced. Named After Dolly Parton. The cloned animals are similar in phenotype meaning…

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Thursday / Jul 25, 2019 /


UK Atheya / Buffalo General Information, Cattle, Cattle General Information, Cattle Reproduction /

Progeny Tested Bulls If I am intelligent then it is not necessary that my son will be intelligent. Or I may not be intelligent, but my son might be very intelligent. It proves that intelligence is not inherited, the same is the case in the milk trait. It is not necessary that if the cow…

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use of pour on
Thursday / Jul 25, 2019 /


UK Atheya / Cattle, Cattle Management, Dairy /

Pour on is a product of MSD company and many other companies are making it has to be poured on the backbone of animal there is no need to inject it. It takes care of flies mosquitos lies, mites and ticks. It spreads over the body of an animal, and it remains there for 48…

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Wednesday / Jul 24, 2019 /


UK Atheya / Cattle, Cattle General Information, Cattle Management, Diseases /

Ivermectin is used for internal and external parasites, internal parasites like nematodes, like intestinal worms and stomach worms plus lungworm. Ivermectin does not work on liver fluke and tapeworm. However, it works on microfilaria. Microfilaria is quiet common in buffalo when buffalo is infected with microfilaria then it starts circling. In this case, ivermectin is…

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vaccination in cows
Tuesday / Jul 16, 2019 /


UK Atheya / Cattle, Cattle Disease /

FMD (Foot and Mouth) in exotic cows is the greatest threat. The cows affected by FMD do not die, but after the outbreak, they don’t eat anything, they are out of production, and they take a very long time to recover. Its outbreak may be an open reason for the failure of exotic cow dairy….

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organic farming and cow dung
Monday / Jul 15, 2019 /

Is Cow Dung is Producing Organic Farm Products?

UK Atheya / Agriculture, Cattle Nutrition /

The Organic vegetable, cereal, and horticulture producing farmers claim that they do not use chemical fertilizers, herbicides, weedicides and pesticides. For growing vegetables cereal and fruits. I completely agree that the cow dung with its nutrients and microflora is a good substitute of fertilizers and weedicides, pesticides and fungicides. It seems that products are organic…

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