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Journal August 2006 (Vol 27, No 8) Focus: Reproduction

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Canine Artificial Insemination by Saralyn Smith-Carr , DVM

1. The main purpose for using a progesterone assay to determine ovulation timing is to estimate when
2. Which method of insemination cannot be used with frozen semen?
3. Which hormone increases just before ovulation?
4. Which test(s) is/are used for ovulation timing?
5. Which statement about chilled semen is false?
6. Vaginal cytology consistent with ovulation contains
7. The minimum number of sperm that can be used for reliable intravaginal insemination is
8. Which cells secrete estrogen during estrus?
9. Which hormonal change causes an increase in size of the longitudinal folds of the vagina?
10. Which sperm morphology result has been reported to be associated with smaller litter size?
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