Impact of bacterial and viral infections for barrennes of productive animals

Journal Title: Scientific Journal of Biological Sciences - Year 2016, Vol 5, Issue 3

Abstract

Historically the operational stages of artificial insemination of animals. The influence of some viral and bacterial infections on the reproductive systems in male animals has led to barreness.

Authors and Affiliations

Mussabekov Aidos*| S. Seifullin Kazakh Agro Technical University, Astana, Akmola Region, Republic of Kazakhstan.

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  • EP ID EP1130
  • DOI 10.14196/sjbs.v5i3.2151
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Mussabekov Aidos* (2016). Impact of bacterial and viral infections for barrennes of productive animals. Scientific Journal of Biological Sciences, 5(3), 155-157. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-1130