2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782006000100027
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Abstract: RESUMO O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar o desempenho reprodutivo de 423 fêmeas suínas de ordem de parto 1 a 9 submetidas à inseminação intra-uterina (IAU), com um novo modelo de pipeta (T1) cuja extremidade não é fixada na cérvix ou uma pipeta de IAU modelo Verona RO (8.0% and 4.8%), PR (93.4% and 96.2%) and TLS (12.4 and 12.7 piglets) between T1 and T2 groups, respectively. AFR of T1 (90.6%)

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“…However, Martínez et al (2001) used a flexible catheter for embryo transfer in a procedure very similar to intrauterine artificial insemination and verified that a catheter could be successfully introduced in 10.3% of the sows. In this study, the inseminations presenting a small degree of difficulty in fixing the pipette were observed in primiparous and, mainly, nulliparous sows, confirming the reports by Levis et al (2002) and Diehl et al (2006).…”
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confidence: 92%
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“…However, Martínez et al (2001) used a flexible catheter for embryo transfer in a procedure very similar to intrauterine artificial insemination and verified that a catheter could be successfully introduced in 10.3% of the sows. In this study, the inseminations presenting a small degree of difficulty in fixing the pipette were observed in primiparous and, mainly, nulliparous sows, confirming the reports by Levis et al (2002) and Diehl et al (2006).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 92%
“…Similar IAIU pipette fixing results were obtained by Dallanora et al (2004a), 97.4%; Bennemann et al (2004); 100%; Bennemann et al (2006), 98.1%, andDiehl et al (2006), 95.9%. However, none of these authors inseminated nulliparous sows and the success reported by Bennemann et al (2004) of 100% was obtained by inseminating only pluriparous sows.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 78%
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