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in vitro embryo production :
V. S. Suthar
and R. G. Shah
Dairy industry perfected the application of the
first reproductive biotechnology, i.e. artificial
insemination (AI) - a great success story and also
remains the user of embryo transfer technology (ETT).
In addition, recently the researchers taking
interest to embraced the field of Transvaginal OocyteRecovery
(TVOR) and in
(IVEP) of embryos. IVF
provides the starting point for the generation of
reproductive material for a number of advanced
reproduction techniques including sperm
microinjection and nuclear transfer (cloning). In
several countries commercial IVF facilities are
already being employed by cattle ET operators.
Various research groups have reported on
modification of TVOR technique to give greater
efficiency. Much research is still needed in
domestic animal (Especially Indian species) on
mechanisms controlling embryo development and on
development of totally in
for embryo culture.
Biotechnology, Transvaginal Oocyte Recovery,
In Vitro Embryo Production.