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    Cattle Embryo Transfer Procedure
    by John L. Curtis



    Pages: 131
    Publisher: Academic Press.
    Edition: 1991
    Language: English
    ISBN-13: 978-0122002403
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    Cattle Embryo Transfer Procedure
    is an instructional manual for the rancher, dairyman, artificial insemination technician, animal scientist, and veterinarian.
    This comprehensive, step-by-step laboratory training manual brings all the elements for a successful embryo transfer program together in a simple, organized format. For the past several decades, artificial insemination has allowed genetic progress to be achieved relatively quickly through the widespread and efficient use of frozen semen. Embryo transfer (ET) techniques give cows the ability to produce multiple offspring, leading to more rapid genetic gain and complementing an artificial insemination program.


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