postweaning

postweaning

(ˌpəʊstˈwiːnɪŋ)
adj
of, relating to, or occurring in the period following weaning
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The villi in pigs with postweaning diarrhea and mortality were significantly shorter than in pigs of those herds without deaths [17].
Mucocutaneous candidiasis in two pigs with postweaning multisystemic wasting sindrome.
Dietary Sodium Butyrate Decreases Postweaning Diarrhea by Modulating Intestinal Permeability and Changing the Bacterial Communities in Weaned Piglets.
Doe reproduction and preweaning and postweaning litter performance of straitbred and crossbred rabbits.
PBoV (genus Bocaparvovirus, family Parvoviridae) was first described in 2009 as porcine boca-like virus in pigs in Sweden with postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (5).
Our recent study indicated that weaning disrupted the physiologic equilibrium of oxidant and antioxidant and led to oxidative stress, eventually inducing enterocyte apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in the small intestine of postweaning piglets [6, 7].
Evaluation of health status of calves and the impact on feedlot performance: assessment of a retained ownership program for postweaning calves.
Socializing piglets before weaning: Effects on behavior of lactating sows, pre- and postweaning behavior, and performance of piglets.
Bone mass is recovered from lactation to postweaning in adolescent mothers with low calcium intakes.
In addition, Kippert, Rorato, Lopes, Weber and Boligon (2008) reported significant differences between pre- and postweaning performance in a multiracial population of Aberdeen Angus x Nellore.