Untersuchungen zur wiederholten Embryoentnahme beim Rind durch Einsatz verschiedener zyklusunabhängiger Superovulationsschemata mit Progesteron-freisetzenden Vaginalspiralen und terminorientierten Besamungen [thesis]

Thorsten Faasch
2009
Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Inhaltsverzeichnis 5.1.1 Ergebnisse der zyklusabhängigen Superovulation 87 5.1.2 Ergebnisse der zyklusunabhängigen Superovulation 88 5.2 Bedeutung wiederholter Embryoentnahmen 93 5.3 Wiederholte Superovulationen im Vergleich mit OPU/IVP 95 5.4 Kombination der Superovulation mit den Möglichkeiten des OPU/IVP 96 5.5 Einflüsse verschiedener Faktoren 97 5.5.1 Individueller Einfluss 97 5.5.2 Parität und Alter der Spendertiere 98 5.5.3 Jahr und Jahreszeit 99 5.5.4 Besamung 100
more » ... 5.4 Besamung 100 5.6 Zwischenkultivierung nicht TG-tgl. Embryonen 102 5.7 Übertragung von Embryonen auf Empfängertiere 103 5.8 Kostenanalyse 104 6. Zusammenfassung 107 7. Summary 110 Inhaltsverzeichnis 4 8. Literaturverzeichnis 112 9. Abbildungs-und Tabellennachweis 137 Einen unberechenbaren Einfluss auf die Ergebnisse der Embryoentnahme beim Rind übt die Superovulation des Spenders aus. Dieses Problem der Superovulation, mit dem sich schon CASIDA et al. (1943) beschäftigten, konnte bis heute nicht zufriedenstellend gelöst werden. Von vielen Spendern lassen sich keine oder nur eine geringe Anzahl transfertaugliche (ETtgl.) Embryonen gewinnen. Hinzu erschwert die große individuelle Variabilität in den Ergebnissen der Embryoentnahme die Durchführung von ET-Programmen (MAPLETOFT et al., 2002). Diese Variabilität in der Quantität und Qualität der pro Spender gewonnenen Embryonen erschwert jede Kosten-Nutzen-Analyse und wirkt sich negativ auf die Rentabilität des ET aus. 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