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Biology

On 10th February, as part of the Sexual Reproduction topic in Biology, Mrs Laursen a mother of 3 children at BISB from Polnovakia Agrar, one of the largest Pig farmers in the Country, visited to talk about pig breeding. She discussed with the students how the semen is collected from the boars, how it is checked to ensure that the sperm cells are alive and well and finally how it is used to inseminate the sows.
 

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After many interesting questions and to finish off and with Mrs Laursen prepared some slides for the students to look at under the microscope. The most patient and observant were able to see the sperm cells swimming around and could identify the damaged or dead cells for themselves.
The students were all extremely interested and learnt a lot and the Biology Department would like to thank her for taking the time to talk to us.

William Tibbits, Biology Teacher
 

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