preweaning


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preweaning

(priːˈwiːnɪŋ)
adj
(Zoology) occurring before an animal is weaned
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2013) observed shorter villus and deeper crypt on d 3 and 7 post-weaning, but according to these authors the damaged intestinal morphology was already recovered to preweaning values on day 14 post-weaning.
Effect of tallow and choline chloride addition to the diet of sows milk composition, milk yield and preweaning pig performance.
An in adequate in take or absorption of colostral Ig has increased risks to the neonatal calvesis called as a passive transfer (PT), that predisposes ruminant newborn calves have increased the risk to the development of preweaning depression and death than those with the adequate passive transfer (Weaver et al.
Environmental factors affecting preweaning growth traits of Hissardale sheep in Pakistan.
Developmental treatment with bisphenol A or ethinyl estradiol causes few alterations on early preweaning measures.
Life-span extension in mice by preweaning food restriction and by methionine restriction in middle age.
Lambs grow most intensively during the preweaning period.
Estimation of genetic parameters for preweaning growth traits of Brahman cattle in Southeastern Mexico.
The effects of transplacental porcine circovirus type 2 infection on porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus-induced enteritis in preweaning piglets.