conception rate


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conception rate

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science the success rate of artificial insemination in agricultural animals, usually expressed as a percentage
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According to him, even with unprotected s3x, conception rate per month in a couple is about 20 percent.
Present study compared two estrus synchronization protocols during low breeding season and recorded estrus incidence and conception rate after timed insemination in buffaloes that were exposed to a bull (BE, biostimulated) round the clock or not exposed to a bull (BN, not biostimulated).
Results: The conception rate was 12% (63/513) in poor responders and 72% (237/329) in good responders respectively.
FEWER teens are getting pregnant in the North East but the region still has highest teenage conception rate in England and Wales.
FEWER youngsters are getting pregnant in the North East but the region still has highest teenage conception rate in England and Wales.
Conception rate was calculated as percentage of animals that conceived to AI at induced estrus in group I and at observed oestrus in group II.
Conception rate (CR) is defined as the number of mares that are diagnosed pregnant between 30 to 45 days post-ovulation compared with the total number of mares bred.
Data from the Office for National Statistics reveals that the under-18 conception rate remains the lowest since 1969 at 27.
New Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures show conception rate among under 18 year olds dropped in 2012.
Randomly selected 30 patients were treated with Metformin as the first mode of therapy, 21 of them responded by ovulation (70%), with conception rate of 23.
The Minister said the government has selected the Achai cow for its better characteristics, good weather adaptability, suitability for the area, high fertility and good conception rate.
In intent-to-treat analysis, the cumulative conception rate after 3 cycles was significantly higher in the MMN group than in the folic acid group (66.
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