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Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho
To determine the significance of the accessory reproductive fluid in the cock, semen collected from the ducts deferens was diluted with blood serum, seminal plasma or phosphate buffer and deposited in different regions of the hen's vagina. When semen was deposited in the anterior part of the vagina, both the ductal semen diluted with the biological fluids or phosphate buffer and the undiluted semen gave excellent fertility during the first week after insemination. When semen was deposited indoi:10.2508/chikusan.55.52 fatcat:gyyprfhmdjdw3kwvfnxrjewgv4