preweaning

preweaning

(priːˈwiːnɪŋ)
adj
(Zoology) occurring before an animal is weaned
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Dam weight, udder score and body conditio score effect on calf birth weight and preweaning daily gain in Dhofari cattle breed.
Calving and preweaning growth performance traits of calves sired by Charolais, Simmental and Eastern Anatolian Red Bulls.
Effects of non-genetic factors on preweaning growth traits in Dorper sheep managed intensively in central Mexico.
Here, we fed diets containing different amylose/amylopectin ratios (tapioca starch group, 0.12; corn starch, 0.23; wheat starch, 0.24; pea starch, 0.48) for fattening lambs during preweaning, weaning and early post-weaning periods and investigated rumen fermentation and rumen development, and the objective was to find a suitable amylose/amylopectin diet for lambs from the perspective of the rumen.
Effects of preweaning polysensorial enrichment upon development of the parietal cortical plate of undernourished rats: A stereological study.
The mean ([+ or -] SD) number of sequence reads, OTU, and Good's coverage indices of gut-bacterial samples taken from abalone fed diatoms (i.e., preweaning; n = 3) and from abalone that were weaned onto (n = 3) or grown (n = 1) on either kelp, a formulated feed (Abfeed-S34), or the same formulated feed fortified with kelp (Afeed-S34K) are displayed.
Performance in preweaning pure and crossbred calves in the Mato Grosso do Sul Pantanal region, Aquidauana, Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil.
The animals were studied for just 5 minutes, as preweaning pups cannot be separated from the dam for longer periods of time to avoid maternal separation distress.
If piglets can receive sow's milk in a higher level, they will be resulting in a better production performances e.g., increased weaning weight, increased number of piglets weaned per sow, and decreased preweaning mortality.
SEROPREVALENCE TO AND INFLUENCE OF EXPOSURE TO BOVINE REPRODUCTIVE DISEASE CAUSATIVE AGENTS ON PREGNANCY AND PREWEANING CALF SURVIVAL OF ELK (ARTIODACTYLA: CERVIDAE)
(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.
Environmental factors affecting preweaning growth traits of Hissardale sheep in Pakistan.