postmating

postmating

(ˌpəʊstˈmeɪtɪŋ)
adj
(Biology) of or designating the period after mating
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Sabelis, "Incomplete premating and postmating reproductive barriers between two parapatric populations of a social spider mite," Experimental and Applied Acarology, vol.
trituberculatus males have typical guarding behaviors in a mating cycle and spend ~10 days to engage in pre- and postmating copulatory embrace (Xuan et al.
Correlated effects of sperm competition and postmating female mortality.
Emergence, mating, and postmating behaviors of the oriental beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
At this point, they were placed in another tank where all the postmating females were held together with no males.
The mate pheromonal imprinting is an olfactory recognition process for mate's pheromones, which prevents the pregnancy block effect (also known as the Bruce effect) that occurs during a critical postmating window in adult female mice [67] (Figure 1).
Bathing was also observed as a postmating and post-mounting behaviour in either of the individuals (male/female).
Here, postmating isolation is highly limited and the species boundary is mainly maintained by premating isolation due to specificity of pollinator attraction.
Emergence, mating and postmating behaviors of the oriental beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
2004), local mate competition (Nishimura & Jahn 1996), multiple matings, postmating rest period, temperature in mating chambers, and storage temperatures for parents (Fuester et al.
No other studies evaluating the effect of post-mating MAP administration on pregnancy in goats after an induced estrus have been published, but the results of the present study agree with Davies and Beck [5], whom reported that pregnancy rates in ewes lambs treated with MAP intramuscularly from day 5 to 26 postmating (57.5%) or with intravaginal sponges (67.5%) did not differ in comparison with control group (72.2%, P>0.05).