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Textbook of artificial insemination in domestic animals


, : Textbook of artificial insemination in domestic animals. Textbook of artificial insemination in domestic animals, Tokyo: Yokendo Co., 6th ed, 120. Price: Y100,

The technique of artificial insemination of domestic animals (horse, cattle, sheep, goat, pig, dog, rabbit) is explained. The book, which was first published in 1947, aims at extending knowledge of the basic principles of A. I. among technicians. It is widely used as a textbook in the short course for inseminators.

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