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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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In a rat reproduction study, at [greater than or equal to] 27 mg/kg bw a tendency to prolonged gestation, increased total litter losses, smaller litter sizes, and increased pup mortality was observed.
With this previously unremarked honesty, Prodi thereby destroyed with that single comment all the spurious economic and monetary pretensions that had accompanied the prolonged gestation of the euro, making retrospective fools of finance and economy ministers, central bank governors, prime ministers, presidents, an other liars who had contend publicly that the introduction of the euro was necessary in order to make it easier for tourists and businessmen to conduct trans-European transactions.
These difficulties have long been associated with inadequate preparation of the reproductive tract, sometimes leading to prolonged gestation and fetal malpresentation.
Studies of knock-out female mice lacking the gene for type 1 5-[alpha]-reductase show that more than two-thirds had prolonged gestation, by as much as 2 days.
Moreover the work's prolonged gestation made Pulci's relationship with his audience one of mutual influence.