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STUDIES ON THE DILUTION AND STORAGE OF FOWL SEMEN
Fowl semen was diluted :% and stored at o°to 2°C for 24 and 48 hr before insemination. The diluents were two modifications of a glutamate-containing saline solution calculated to have an osmotic pressure equivalent to 0-98 to 1 % sodium-chloride solution. The concentrations of sodium, potassium, magnesium and glutamate in the diluents were of the same order as those found in seminal plasma uncontaminated with cloacal gland fluid. Calcium was not added and the chloride concentration was lowdoi:10.1530/jrf.0.0010030 pmid:14413509 fatcat:uapd3jlj6vhcfhu4oerqtiwp5y