By Ciba Foundation, G. E. W. Wolstenholme, Margaret P. Cameron, Jessie S. Freeman
Chapter 1 Biochemical facets of Semen (pages 1–11): T. Mann
Chapter 2 The Seminal Amino?Acid and Carbohydrate development of Bulls with common and irregular Testes functionality (pages 12–27): F.X. Gassner and M.L. Hopwood
Chapter three Excretion of impartial Steroids within the Urine of Bulls with Warmth?Induced Aspermia. The impact of shipping on Spermatogenesis and Excretion of impartial Steroids within the Urine of Bulls (pages 28–36): P. Meschaks
Chapter four The impression of delivery on Spermatogenesis and Excretion of impartial Steroids within the Urine of Bulls (pages 37–45): P. Meschaks
Chapter five Aeroic Metabolism and Semen caliber (pages 46–58): C. Terner
Chapter 6 elements Controlling charges of Metabolism in Mammalian Spermatozoa (pages 59–70): Henry A. Lardy
Chapter 7 Proteolytic Enzymes in Human Semen (pages 71–81): Frank Lundquist
Chapter eight a few elements Influencing the toughness of Bull Sperm Cells in vitro (pages 82–90): J.C.N. Kok
Chapter nine The impact of Streptomycin on Bull Semen (pages 91–102): D.R. Melrose
Chapter 10 Semen features and Fertility within the Bull (pages 103–107): M.W.H. Bishop, R.C. Campbell and J.L. Hancock
Chapter eleven The renovation of Spermatozoa at Low Temperatures (pages 108–121): C. Polge
Chapter 12 The hobbies of Spermatozoa (pages 122–133): Lord Rothschild
Chapter thirteen Human Spermatozan creation in wellbeing and fitness and illness (pages 134–158): John Macleod
Chapter 14 Physiological approaches focused on Spermatozoan delivery within the Cow (pages 159–169): N.L. Vandemark
Chapter 15 The influence of managed Ovulation upon the Fertility of the Mammalian Egg (pages 170–179): S.A. Asdell
Chapter sixteen Hormonal Mechanism of the 1st Polar physique Formation within the Follicle (pages 180–186): R. Moricard and S. Gothie
Chapter 17 study at the Formation of the second one Polar physique within the Tube After front of the Sperm into the Oocyte: (Comparative experiences in vivo and in vitro) (pages 187–197): R. Moricard
Chapter 18 a few facets of Ovulation, restoration and Transplantation of Ova within the Immature Rabbit (pages 198–216): C.E. Adams
Chapter 19 In vitro Experiments with Rabbit Eggs (pages 217–225): Audrey U. Smith
Chapter 20 Fertilizability of Rabbit Germ Cells (pages 226–242): M.C. Chang
Chapter 21 Experiments on Fertilization of Rabbit Ova in vitro with next move to Alien Does (pages 243–252): O. Venge
Chapter 22 Early dying of the Mammalian Ovum with particular connection with the Aplacental Opossum (pages 253–261): Carl G. Hartman
Chapter 23 a few elements Affecting Fertilization and Embryonic loss of life (pages 262–274): L.E. Casida
Chapter 24 Post?Coital checks (pages 275–286): P.M.F. Bishop
Chapter 25 result of Post?Coital exams the place being pregnant Ensued (pages 287–295): Ian Donald
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DISCUSSION WALTON:Dr. Meschaks, was any note made on the libido of the animals subjected to the insulation experiment? I n our experience with the ram, the animal with the insulated testis shows an increase of libido. This would rather indicate an increase in the testosterone production, and this is also reflected in an increase in the fructose concentration of the accessory fluids. MESCHAKS:That is right. The first bull that was used for this experiment, Quens, was regarded as a normal animal, but his ability to serve was very low; during the warmth application and throughout the aspermia, however, the bull served excellently.
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