Artificial insemination, Biology

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION -

  • Artificial insemination is a technique to make a female pregnant by artificially introducing semen into the vagina.
  • Artificial insemination has 2 advantages -

                1. Semen of good quality male is used.

                2. Preserved semen can be trasnported to distant place.

  • Artificial insemination can be used in human.
  • It may be AIH (Artificial insesment husband).
  • It may be AID (Artificial insemination donor).
  • Children produced by artificial insemination are called tube babies.
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