Male reproductive disorders-aplasia of epidydimis, Biology

Aplasia of epidydimis


This condition is seen in only 1 or 2 % of young bulls and is marked by absence of one (more common) or both epididymis. Bulls having a single epidydimis may possess fertilizing capacity but it is strongly advised to remove such animals from the breeding program as the disorder can be inherited.

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