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Antonyms for uniparous

producing only one offspring at a time

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We know of no one," he wrote, "but slaveholders anxious to change woman from an uniparous to a multiparous animal.
A lower frequency of fetal dystocia in bitches as compared to maternal dystocia is in sharp contrast to the situation in uniparous animals wherein, fetal causes of dystocia are much more common than maternal causes.
An uniparous, thirteen year old Friesian mare was presented with intermittent moderate colic symptoms and an enlarged left ovary.