Section I: Animal Andrology Theories 1: Semen and its Constituents. 2: Sperm Production and its Harvest. 3: Determinants of Sperm Morphology. 4: Sperm Preparation for Fertilisation. 5: Fundamental and Practical Aspects of Semen Cryopreservation. 6: Evaluation of Semen in the Andrology Laboratory. (+appendix) 7: Genetic Aspects of Male Reproduction Section II: Animal Andrology Applications 8: Applied Small Animal Andrology 9: Applied Andrology in Chickens and Turkeys 10: Applied Animal Andrology in Sheep, Goats and Selected Cervids 11: Applied Andrology in Horses 12: Applied Andrology in Cattle (Bos taurus) 13: Applied Andrology in Cattle (Bos indicus) 14: Applied Andrology in Water Buffalo 15: Applied Andrology in Swine 16: Applied Andrology in Camelids 17: Applied Andrology in Endangered, Exotic and Wildlife Species 18: Male Animal Contraception 19: Semen evaluation and handling: emerging techniques and future development
Dr Chenoweth established the animal reproduction teaching programs and facilities at Charles Sturt University, including the CSU Andrology Laboratory, for the Animal, Equine and Veterinary Science programs. At the beginning of 2012, he assumed an adjunct professorship at CSU while establishing ChenoVet Pty Ltd; a private Animal Andrology laboratory and consulting/teaching enterprise. Dr. Lorton is Reproductive Physiologist, responsible for product development and technical services at Reproduction Resources, Walworth, Wisconsin. In this role, he also serves as technical consultant to Pacific Vet Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia.