Ushering in a new era of Livestock Research in the Country
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                             Reproduction & cryobiology

Sexing of semen and embryos. Cloning of animals. Collection and cultivation of stem cells for production of gametes. Study of basic mechanisms of folliculogenesis. Ex-situ conservation of germplasm.

Cryobiology is the branch of biology that studies the effects of low temperatures on organisms (most often for the purpose of achieving cryopreservation). In practice, this field comprises the study of any biological material or system (e.g., proteins, cells, tissues, organs, or organisms) subjected to any temperature below normal (ranging from moderately hypothermic conditions to cryogenic temperatures). The area of cryobiology related to reproduction includes cryopreservation of gametes, and embryos for purposes of long-term storage. This usually requires the addition of substances which protect the cells during freezing and thawing (cryoprotectants).

 

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Molecular Genetics
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