parturition


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Synonyms for parturition

the act or process of bringing forth young

Synonyms for parturition

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Expression and localization of human oxytocin receptor mRNA and its protein in chorion and decidua during parturition.
In some species, the placenta produces relaxin, a hormone that plays an important role in parturition.
The revitalised fantasy thus faces potential catastrophic collapse at this point of radical parturition, where, literally and figuratively, separateness, with all its unavoidable associations of lack of control and fundamental inability to close the circuit of desire, is dramatically confronted.
In the ovary of the fourth generation female examined immediately after her death, there were 20 large empty ovarian diverticula that had newly lost their embryos at the last parturition (Fig.
After adaptation cows were tied and experimental diets were provided at ad-libitum up to 4 weeks before parturition.
Period before and after parturition is stressful for cattle and calves and it is associated with increased incidences of the disease due to immune suppression and increased susceptibility to disease (Mallard et al.
It should be suspected in any patient who complains of something giving way during parturition followed by excruciating pain in the region of the pubic symphysis, particularly during weight-bearing activity.
Uterine prolapse was occured just after the last delivery in Case 1, and was occured 3 days after parturition in Case 2.
Serum samples and nasal swabs were taken at the day of parturition, at 1 week and 1 month postparturition, and then at monthly intervals until June 2015.
The prediction of parturition date in canine pregnancy.
Since 2011 we tried to estimate exact parturition dates in our study population.
The second month of lactation consisted of records between days 40 and 69 after parturition, the third month of lactation consisted of records between days 67 and 99 after parturition, the fourth month of lactation consisted of records between days 88 and 130 after parturition, the fifth month of lactation consisted of records between days 102 and 159 after parturition, the sixth month of lactation consisted of records between days 133 and 189 after parturition, and the seventh month of lactation consisted of records between days 181 and 210 after parturition.
Sixteen normally calved (NC) cows following parturition were selected at 35-50 days postpartum randomly and equally divided into two groups as group I and II.