The introduction of semen into the reproductive tract of a female either through sexual intercourse or through use of an instrument such as a syringe in the process known as artificial insemination.
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How to use insemination in a sentence
Birenbaum-Carmeli has also seen a change in attitude towards artifical insemination.
Kramer, whose son was conceived through donor insemination, established the DSR as a Yahoo!‘Generation Cryo,’ MTV’s New Show About Sperm Donor Babies Finding (Half) Siblings | Marlow Stern | November 25, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Lo and behold, Jane Muslim runs to her imam for a faith check on whether she can do artificial insemination or not.All-American Muslim: Why Advertisers Are Right to Boycott | Asra Q. Nomani | December 15, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
In vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, egg transplants, surrogacy, fallopian Xeroxing—I have no interest.
This week, Bill O'Reilly slammed Jennifer Aniston's new movie about a single woman who undergoes artificial insemination.
Or was he a practitioner of artificial insemination, with a rather unfortunate error to his credit?Unbegotten Child | Winston Marks
Within a few days after insemination, usually in early May, females become actively hostile to males.Life History and Ecology of the Five-lined Skink, Eumeces fasciatus | Henry S. Fitch
Probably, she had arranged for artificial insemination, just to be sure.Breeder Reaction | Winston Marks
Did any of you happen to notice whether they know anything about artificial insemination?The Galaxy Primes | Edward Elmer Smith
Whether a pill, or aesthetic insemination, will ever make those who desire to be artists become creative is still to be seen.The Civilization of Illiteracy | Mihai Nadin