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the act of sowing (of seeds in the ground or, figuratively, of germs in the body or ideas in the mind, etc

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FAISALABAD -- Poor utilization of artificial insemination is restricting livestock productivity, resulting in lower meat and milk peranimal production compared to developed nations.
Development of artificial insemination is one of the promising areas in agriculture.
The training workshop was formally inaugurated by Additional Political Agent Orakzai Agency, Naeem Anwar, which aimed at to make vet assistants of livestock department specialized in area of artificial insemination, enable them to provide free of cost services to the community, to improve milk and meat production of the livestock.
According to a press release issued here, artificial insemination technicians work with local farmers to improve the quality of the breed and cattle that will produce higher milk yields.
When asked by Italian media if Lady Gaga was consulting him, Italy's leading artificial insemination medic Severino Antinori said: "I don't talk about my patients.
We found no association between BMI [body mass index] and fecundability in women undergoing insemination," Dr.
Kassie chooses a handsome and charming donor but before she can complete the act of insemination, unbeknown to her, a drunk Wally swaps the sperm for his own.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI or artificial insemination) was popular for decades because it's a relatively simple procedure with fewer side effects and costs compared to IVF.
New arrival: Ganesh Vijay, the first elephant calf born at Twycross Zoo by artificial insemination after being formally named and blessed.
Clomifene citrate or unstimulated intrauterine insemination compared with expectant management for unexplained infertility: pragmatic randomised controlled trial.
The remaining 193 were given unstimulated intrauterine insemination (IUI), which is thought to enhance the chance of pregnancy by overcoming the cervical barrier.
Some 34 pandas were born by artificial insemination in 2006 and 30 survived - both record numbers for the endangered species, Cao Qingyao, a spokesman for the State Forestry Administration, was quoted as saying by the Xinhua News Agency.
The main threat may come from kennelmate Robbie De Niro, although there have to be concerns about his draw in four, while perhaps the most interesting runner from a breeding viewpoint is Graham Calvert junior's Delwood Otis, who was bred by frozen Artificial Insemination (AI) by Australian sire Go Wild Teddy.
With a sperm bank in Johannesburg, South Africa, a niche tourism company called Baby on Safari, open since May, is offering relatively inexpensive artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization to overseas gay and lesbian couples.
They had recently begun to explore artificial insemination and were again frustrated to realize they would have to travel quite far from their Virginia home to get to a state where the procedure was legally available to them.