This stage is characterized by abortions, high rates of hydrops of the fetal membranes, prolonged gestation and attenuated signs of parturition
, dystocia, and birth of large calves with lower postnatal survival.
Regulation of parturition
update: endocrine and paracrine effectors of term and preterm labor.
The increased blood flow to the mammary gland is related to the enhanced development of lactogenic tissue in preparation for lactation following parturition
Reduced incidence of retained placenta with induction of parturition
in the cow.
Snakes were transported to the laboratory where they were fed Fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) daily until parturition
In this sense, the process of parturition
also echoes and repeats the fundamental rupture or trauma that bedrocks any subsequent formulation of subjectivity, enacting what Julia Kristeva termed a 'psychically necessary discontinuity' which in turn 'provides an image, at the same time as a narrative, for many separations that build up the psychic lives of individuals.
The doe is receptive to mating immediately after parturition
and so the doe may become pregnant shortly after kindling, leading to a situation where gestation and lactation commence at nearly the same time.
Moreover, there was also sufficient wolf and fox activity in the spring to suggest use for parturition
by both species.
All specimens were watered daily and their conditions (molt, parturition
, death, etc.
Abdulaziz Al-Badrani, general supervisor of veterinary teams at King Abdulaziz Camel Festival, said one of the participants at the auction asked for help from the veterinary clinic because his she-camel was having trouble during parturition
Experimental diets were fed at ad-libitum upto parturition
and data regarding feed intake were recorded daily.
Blood samples from adult cattle were collected at day 0, 15 and 30 after parturition
and in cattle calves at age of 0, 14, 28 and 42.