UCC Research Results

At the Ukutula Conservation Center (UCC), research are conducted by professional scientists, veterinarians and zoologists form various research and academic institutions globally.

Research results are published in international scientific and subject journals and these results contribute tremendously towards various conservation challenges.

Some of these results are linked below – please just CLICK on the image to reveal more information.

Reproductive Research

Semen collection via urethral catheter in exotic feline and canine species.

Reproductive Research

Lion sperm morphology.

Reproductive & Genetic Research

The tiger genome and comparative analysis with lion and snow leopard genomes.

Reproductive & Genetic Research

Cryopreservation and Bio-Banking.

Reproductive Research

Establishing Assisted Reproductive Technologies as a Conservation Tool for Wild Cats.

Reproductive Research

Improved semen collection method for wild felids: Urethral catheterization yields high sperm quality in African lions (Panthera leo).

Research Publications & Research/Conservation Associates