REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY IN DIFFERENT SPECIES AND SEX OF ANIMALS

Module Code Number

VDS 601

Number of ECTS Credits

6

Hours / Week (T P C)

2 0 2

Module Lecturer

All of teacher at the department

Year / Term

-

Type of Course

(Compulsory / Elective)

Compulsory

Pre requisites / Recommended

-

Module Contents

Puberty, gametogenesis and transportation of gametes throughout reproductive tract, blood-testis obstruction, capacitation, recapacitation and decapacitation of spermatozoa, acrosome reaction, penetration, fertilization, implantation, polispermy, aging of gametes.

Aims and Objectives of the module

To train expert member and academic personnel about reproduction and artificial insemination.

Method of assessment

Theoretical expression, practical application and private conversation

Teaching Language

Turkish

Textbook /

Recommended readings

1-Bearden, H. J. and Fuquay, J. W. (1992).  Applied Animal Reproduction, 3rd Ed., Prentice Hall, New Jersey. U.S.A

2-Cole, H.H. and Cupps, P.T. (1977) Reproduction in Domestic Animals 3rd ed. Academic Press.

3-Hafez, E.S.E. (1993). Reproduction in Farm Animals. 6th Ed. Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.

5-Hunter, R.H.F. (1980). Physiology and Technology of Reproduction in Female Domestic Animals. Academic Press, London.

6-King, G.J. (1993). Reproduction in Domesticated Animals. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam.

7-Nalbandov, A.V. (1976) Reproductive Physiology of Mammals and Birds. W.H. Freeman and Comp., San Francisco.

14-Salisbury, G. W. and Vandemark, N. L. (1961). Physiology of Reproduction and A.I. of Cattle. W.H. Freeman Company, San Francisco.

9-McDonald, L.E. (1989) Veterinary Endocrinology and Reproduction. Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.