Milestones in Artificial Insemination

First artificial insemination attempt on Juana, wife of King Henry IV of Castile.

1677 - Anton Von Leeuwenhoek visualized spermatozoa under the microscope.

1780 - Spallanzani’s experiment proved that physical contact between the male and female gamete is required for successful embryo development.

1899 - Russia works towards development of Artificial Insemination methods.

1922 - Reports of successful insemination experiments in horses published.

1939 - G. W. Salisbury pioneers research in animal breeding and artificial insemination.

1940 - Technical improvement in freezing and thawing of sperm preparations.

1950’s - Cornell suggests idea of adding anti-biotic to the sperm preparation media.

1953 - The first successful artificial insemination with frozen human semen was achieved.

1970, 1980’s - Enhancement in the sperm collection techniques.

Comments

guest Tuesday, July 29, 2008

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guest Friday, August 8, 2008

Adaption is the best way to have children not artificial insemination. That's immoral

guest Friday, May 7, 2010

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guest Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Children are born all the time through Artificial Insemination...so if God has a plan for all children then he has a plan for those too...some in which wouldnt be born without help from Artificial Insemination!

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