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Wayamba Journal of Animal Science
The ability to cryopreserve spermatozoa from all of the domestic species is challenging. Even though all the cells must endure similar physical stresses associated with the cryopreservation processes, sperm from the different species are very different in size, shape and lipid composition, all of which affect cryosurvival. Thus, when a cryopreservation protocol has been optimized for sperm of one species, it may not be ideal for sperm of other species. Bovine and caprine sperm-freezing diluentsfatcat:hakdhhd6e5chlg26cce3bp642e