By: MCG Davies Morel
406 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Provides a detailed reference on the subject and covers its historical development, relevant equine physiology, current practices and future possibilities.
"Davies Morel (Welsh Institute of Rural Studies, U. of Wales- Aberystwyth, UK) offers a detailed resource on the artificial insemination of horses, covering its historical development; relevant equine physiology including reproductive anatomy and control and production of spermatozoa; current practices including semen collection, evaluation, storage, and transportation and mare insemination; and future possibilities. Includes extensive resources of likely use to postgraduate level students in veterinary, equine, and animal science courses, as well as practicing veterinarians and technical stud managers. Numerous b&w photographs and diagrams give significant clarity to the procedures described in the text."--SciTech Book News
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