artificial insemination

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the introduction of semen into the oviduct or uterus by some means other than sexual intercourse

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The panda was artificially inseminated for the third time in March.
The giant panda was artificially inseminated on April 13.
Yangyang has been artificially inseminated twice since March.
Had their lives not been cut short, these babies would have been besieged by a constant onslaught of visitors, separated from their mothers, shunted from one zoo to another, artificially inseminated and treated as mere commodities.
4 grams, heavier than average but still only about one 1,000th the weight of her mother, 9-year-old Yuan Yuan, who was artificially inseminated with sperm from Tuan Tuan, the male panda, in mid-March.
The family aide insisted that Jackson's former wife Debbie Rowe carried the fertilised embryos for him after the eggs were artificially inseminated in a lab.
United States of America and was artificially inseminated.
DURECT said SucroMate Equine regulates ovulation in mares through a single injection of deslorelin, increasing the likelihood of conception during breeding for both naturally bred and artificially inseminated horses.
The twin cubs were born on September 7, one hundred and thirty five days after their mother was artificially inseminated.
Unable to find her Mr Right, she decides to go ahead and be artificially inseminated by an anonymous sperm donor.
They were born after Li Li, 19 - 63 in human years - was put on a special diet and artificially inseminated at Chengdu Breeding and Research Institute in Sichuan, south-west China.
She also said she supports the lifting of a ban on lesbians being artificially inseminated.
The companies that have now artificially inseminated their way in just want one thing, and that's money.
Of course, it goes without saying that everyone wanted to steal the kittens and bring them home - as well as the foal that belonged to the artificially inseminated mare.
The final section discusses the work of post-Talmudic scholars, and addresses the contemporary debate over the issue of a married woman being artificially inseminated by a donor other than her husband.