Animal Reproduction (ANSC3102)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study provides a comprehensive programme on basic and applied aspects of male and female reproductive biology, with particular emphasis on livestock and domestic animals. The fundamental topics include reproductive cycles, sexual differentiation, gametogenesis, fertilization, embryo development, gestation and parturition. An understanding of the applications of advanced reproductive technologies is developed through lectures, tutorials and the assignments. In addition, practical instruction is given on semen collection and processing, manipulation of the reproductive cycle, artificial insemination, and pregnancy diagnosis in sheep and pigs. Classes are held at the Camperdown Campus in Sydney and at the Camden Campus Animal Reproduction Unit and Mayfarm piggery.
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Further unit of study information
lectures 2 hrs/week, tutorials 1 hr/week, practicals 3 hrs/week
written and oral assignments (30%), mid-semester written exam (10%), end of semester written exam (60%)
Senger, PL 2013, Pathways to pregnancy & parturition 3rd ed., Current Conceptions Inc
There will be several half day practical classes held at the Camden Campus
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
Assumed knowledge: ANSC3104
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