3 edition of Artificial reproduction found in the catalog.
|Statement||R. Snowden, G.D. Mitchell, and E.M. Snowden.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, G. Duncan, Snowden, E. M.|
|LC Classifications||RG134 .S64 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 188 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||83011809|
The book offers both broad and specific knowledge in areas that have advanced the field in recent years, including advances in cell and molecular biology applied to reproduction, transgenic animal production, gender selection, artificial insemination, embryo transfer, cryobiology, animal cloning and many others. This seminal text includes. Artificial reproduction, we contend, is no different. One thing to note about the denial of estoppel (in the sense explained above)—this in turn based on the non-acceptance of any ‘existential debt’ on the part of the offspring—is that it does not entail the endorsement of Cited by:
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Artificial reproductive methods - the right to reproduce and the right to found a family; Morai and social acceptability of artificial reproductive techniques; legal issues in founding a family by artificial techniques; the rights and wrongs of surrogacy; legal issues in surrogacy; State. open to reproduction (i.e. birth control) as well as reproduction that occurs without sex. Addi-tionally, many of the technological processes themselves involve another objectionable act. For example, artificial insemination involves masturbation, which is prima facie wrong. Utilitarian View Utilitarianism holds that the best course of ac-File Size: KB.
Darkness has a history and a uniquely modern form. Distinct from night, shadows, and artificial light, “artificial darkness” has been overlooked—until now. In fact, controlled darkness was essential to the rise of photography and cinema, science and spectacle, and a century of advanced art and film. Artificial Darkness is the first book to historicize and theorize this phenomenon and map. Artificial reproduction goes back at least to the fourteenth century; howe-ver, the first recorded experiment was made in by the Italian scientist, Spallanzani, who witnessed the birth of three puppies sixty-two days after he had injected seminal fluid from a dog of the same breed into a female dog (A Marriage.
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Bioethics: Childlessness and Artificial Reproduction. [Paschal Nwaezeapu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Following the successful birth of the world's first IVF baby in JulyLouise Brown, the artificial-reproductive market witnessed the entry of various high-tech protocols to help infertile couples achieve conception without recourse to normal sexual intercourse.5/5(1).
Artificial Reproduction Any consideration of this topic must take place in the context of the Christian view of the sexes, sexual intercourse and marriage.
In Genesis we learn why God created mankind as male and female and then laid down the aspects of the relationship which would exist between them – companionship (v.l8), support.
: Physiology of Reproduction and Artificial Insemination of Cattle (A Series of books in animal science) (): Salisbury, Glenn Wade: Books4/5(1).
Books shelved as reproduction: The Woman in the Body: A Cultural Analysis of Reproduction by Emily Martin, The Baby Tree by Sophie Blackall, What Makes a. Article 1 This Act is enacted for the purpose of fostering the sound development of artificial reproduction, maintaining social ethics and health, and protecting the rights and interests of infertile couples, children conceived through artificial reproduction, and donors.
Article 2. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Artifical reproduction and the family --Separation of reproduction from sexual intercouse --Necessary vocabulary --Family --Social implications of AID --Social profile and experience of couples --AID family --AID and secrecy --Stigma and stress in AID --Social implications of artificial.
Artificial insemination is used instead of natural mating for reproduction purposes and its chief priority is that the desirable characteristics of a bull or other male livestock animal can be passed on more quickly and to more progeny than if that animal is mated with females in a natural fashion.
This book contains under one cover 16 chapters of concise, up-to-date information on artificial Cited by: Control of Pig Reproduction focuses on carefully evaluated techniques and technologies involved in the control of pig reproduction.
The selection first ponders on the sexual development of male pigs, including early fetal, perinatal, and pubertal periods. artificial insemination, technique involving the artificial injection of sperm-containing semen from a male into a female to cause pregnancy.
Artificial insemination is often used in animals to multiply the possible offspring of a prized animal and for the breeding of endangered species.
Assisted reproduction can raise complicated ethical challenges for the individuals involved, health care professionals, and the greater society. Infertility treatments today create new definitions of parents and children and require a rethinking of the conventional notions of family. For families facing infertility, decisions about family building become complex.
One ethical dilemma associated. Timothy J. Parkinson, Jane M. Morrell, in Veterinary Reproduction and Obstetrics (Tenth Edition), Artificial Insemination of Goats. Artificial insemination of goats is generally very similar to that of sheep; many of the factors affecting pregnancy rates in sheep are also relevant for goats (Abecia et al.
).However, it is much easier to achieve an intrauterine insemination via the. Book: General Biology (Boundless) Plant Reproductive Development and Structure Grafting is an artificial method of asexual reproduction used to produce plants combining favorable stem characteristics with favorable root characteristics.
The stem of the plant to be grafted is known as the scion, and the root is called the stock. Artificial reproduction is the creation of new life by other than the natural means available to an organism. Examples include artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, cloning and embryonic splitting, or cleavage.
Cutting plants' stems and placing them in compost is also a form of artificial reproduction. Artificial Uterus. Artificial methods of asexual reproduction are frequently employed to give rise to new, and sometimes novel, plants.
They include grafting, cutting, layering, and micropropagation. Grafting. Grafting has long been used to produce novel varieties of roses, citrus species, and other plants. In grafting, two plant species are used: part of the. ART has been used in the United States since to help women become pregnant.
ART Success Rates. Find the latest reports, data, spreadsheets, presentations, and other resources. IVF Success Estimator. This tool allows you to estimate your chance of having a live birth using in vitro fertilization (IVF). National ART Surveillance.
This book raises many moral, legal, social, and political, questions related to possible development, in the near future, of an artificial womb for human use. Is ectogenesis ever morally permissible. If so, under what circumstances.
Will ectogenesis enhance or diminish women's reproductive rights and/or their economic opportunities. These are some of the difficult and crucial questions this. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook.
Reproduction in the Bible (Abraham and Sarah) First off, the Bible does not mention things like Artificial Insemination or In Vitro fertilization. Abraham and Sarah did not have a reproduction clinic to go to in BC. Most people from that era did one of two things. The Practice of Artificial Reproduction Technologies: Its Effects on the Goals and Duties of Medicine Introduction The transfer of the new artificial reproductive technologies (ARTs) from veterinary medicine to the medical practice is counted as one of the most outstanding social and scientific events of the twentieth century.
Involvement with equine reproduction is very common for the veterinarian in practice, and there is enormous demand for continuing education, particularly in the light of recent changes in science and practice, such as the routine use of ultrasound, improved standards of foal care, and the importance of artificial insemination.
Questions about artificial reproduction? Following the successful birth of the world’s first IVF baby in JulyLouise Brown, the artificial-reproductive market witnessed the entry of various high-tech protocols to help infertile couples achieve conception without recourse to normal sexual intercourse.
Although many people welcome these technologies because of their pragmatic use in.The little embryo that could is a colorful children’s book that explains the basic process of IVF. This book will open the doors to have a positive communication regarding conception, delivery, and birth by means of back and enjoy the ride as I explain this process to my own son, conceived through IVF!Artificial insemination (AI) is the manual placement of semen in the reproductive tract of the female by a method other than natural mating.
It is one of a group of technologies commonly known as “assisted reproduction technologies” (ART), whereby offspring are generated by facilitating the meeting of gametes (spermatozoa and oocytes).Cited by: 8.