The influence of in-vitro culture and cooling on the survival and development of cow embryos

in Reproduction


Cow morulae cultured in a phosphate-buffered medium containing serum developed normally and retained viability when transferred to recipients. Unlike earlier cleavage stages, cow blastocysts tolerated cooling to 0°C and retained viability after storage for 48 hr at 0°C when transferred to recipients.

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