2 edition of Bibliography on recovery and transfer of mammalian eggs found in the catalog.
Bibliography on recovery and transfer of mammalian eggs
Cyril Edwin Adams
|Other titles||Bibliography on recovery and transfer of mammmalian eggs and ovarian transplantation.|
|Statement||compiled by C. E. Adams.|
|Series||Bibliography -- no. 89.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
topics: bibliography, ova, mammals, embryo transfer, transplantation, cells, animal embryos, in vitro experimentation, in vivo experimentation, ovule, mammifere. COMPARED with the successful storage of spermatozoa and other tissue cells at sub-zero temperatures, attempts to preserve frozen mammalian eggs have been disappointing (reviewed in .
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The Eggs of Mammals. By Gregory Pincus Assistant Professor of General Physiology Harvard University NEW YORK THE MACMILLAN COMPANY Published, August, This Book Is Dedicated to W. E. Castle and W. J. Crazier Table of Contents. Introduction; The Origin of the Definitive Ova; The Growth of the Ovum. The mammalian egg Item Preview remove-circle Includes bibliography Notes. plates. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. plus-circle Add Review. comment.
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Bibliography on recovery and transfer of mammalian eggs and ovarian transplantation. Cambridge ( Newmarket Rd., Cambridge CB5 8HA), Reproduction Research Information Service, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cyril Edwin Adams; Mary Abbott.
Author(s): Adams,Cyril E,; Abbott,Mary, Title(s): Bibliography on recovery and transfer of mammalian eggs and ovarian transplantation; literature: Egg transfer in the mouse and rat -- Chapter 3.
Egg transfer in the rabbit -- Chapter 4. Egg transfer in carnivores and rodents, between species, and to ectopic sites -- Chapter 5. Synchronization of estrus and superovulation in cattle -- Chapter 6. Egg recovery and transfer in cattle -- Chapter 7. Egg transfer in the sheep and goat -- Chapter 8.
Egg transfer was first performed inbut for half a century it received scant attention. However, since the technique has become increasingly widely used - in the laboratory for fundamental studies and more recently in practice, both veterinary and medical, to boost reproductive potential of genetically superior cattle and to overcome sterility due to impaired rubal function in women.
Egg transfer was first performed inbut for half a century it received scant attention. However, since the technique has become increasingly widely used - in the laboratory for fundamental studies and more recently in practice, both veterinary and medical, to boost reproductive potential of genetically superior cattle and to overcome sterility due to impaired rubal function in by: Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mammalian egg transfer.
Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, © (OCoLC) Mammalian egg transfer. Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press. Procedures for recovery, bisection, freezing and transfer of bovine embryos. Animal Reproduction Laboratory Bulletin No. Fort Collins, CO, Colorado State University Press, 43 pp. (also available in Spanish, ) Bibliography of the criollo cattle of the Americas, (E/S *) 6.
Book: The mammalian egg. + pp. Abstract: The mammalian egg is a fascinating object that preserves a certain physical identity over two generations, for it starts as a cell of the maternal generation; without any gross change in general appearance, it then becomes the first cell of a new generation; and even during early cleavage there is still not much change in its external appearance.
Walter Heape () described the first successful recovery and transfer of fertilized eggs between animals, using an Angora rabbit as the donor and a Belgian line recipient, which resulted in. From antiquity humans have tried to understand how a new individual is generated after sexual intercourse.
A popular notion was that a woman's blood and a man's semen were involved. Aristotle, based on studies of chick embryology, proposed that the mixture produced an egg from which the foetus developed in the uterus.
This idea lasted for nearly two thousand years. William Harvey. Fertilization of mammalian eggs is followed by successive cell divisions and progressive differentiation, first into the early embryo and subsequently into all of the cell types that make up the.
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The concept of mammalian clones, even humans, was not new at the time of Dolly’s birth. Among mammals, naturally occurring genetic clones, or individuals genetically identical to one another, had long been recognized in the form of monozygotic (identical) Dolly, however, such clones are derived from a single zygote, or fertilized egg, and thus they are clones of one.
and transfer of bovine embryos was conducted during the 's and 's (2), the first calf produced as a result of egg transfer was born in Wisconsin in (3). Interest in embryo transfer increased as studies involving mammalian eggs began to appear in the literature, starting in ; by there were nearly 1, articles on.
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The cloning procedure for amphibia has three components, namely, the preparation of recipient eggs, the preparation of donor cells, and the nuclear transfer. Eggs laid in a high-salt medium can be used as recipients for an hour or more after they have been laid. For cloning experiments, the egg chromosomes need to be removed or destroyed.
The Necessity of Sleep in Mammals and Birds: REM and NREM Sleep. In mammals and birds, sleep is associated with specific cortical electroencephalogram (EEG) patterns (), which may be divided into rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep .The only known exceptions include the primitive egg-laying mammals echidnae , where a REM/NREM mixed state.
Pincus’ The Eggs of Mammals was his first book, which brought together the results of his researches into mammalian reproduction, documenting his success with in vitro fertilisation and embryo transfer with rabbits, and it was quickly recognised as a ‘pioneer work’ (op.
cit., p. ), prompting a public debate into the ethical issues. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. REFERENCES 1. C.E. Adams, Mammalian Egg Transfer () CRC Press Florida 2. P. Braude, V. Bolton, S. Moore, Human gene expression first occurs between the four- and eight-cell stages of preimplantation development Nature () M.F.
Iuliano, E.L. Squires, V.M. Cook, Effect of age of equine embryos and method of transfer on pregnancy rate J Anim Sci () R. Newcombe, Egg recovery and transfer in cattle C.E. Adams, In Mammalian Egg Transfer () CRC Press Florida For many years, researchers cloning mammals experienced little success, but recent advances have led to the successful cloning of several mammalian species.
However, cloning by the transfer .