Male reproductive disorders-congenital disorders, Biology

Congenital disorders

Poor fertilizing quality of semen could be due to impaired spermatogenesis. When such a condition is due to genetic congenital causes the treatment is not possible. However, fortunately, the incidence of occurrence of congenital malfunctions in bulls is very small.

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