embryonic diapause

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em·bry·on·ic di·a·pause

a diapause in the course of embryogenesis; postulated to occur in instances of double parturition and possibly of delayed implantation.
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Marcella Leone, founder and director of the conservation center, suspects this might be a rare case of delayed implantation, when fertilized eggs remain dormant in the uterus for a period of time.
The gestation period for a panda ranges from 95 to 160 days and successfully predicting the due date is further complicated by a phenomenon known as delayed implantation.
It will also allow for evaluation of therapy pathways from a range of centers with different LVAD implantation strategies, as well as a comparison of the results from early versus delayed implantation," said David Farrar, Ph.
Our local bears are among a few species that have an unusual fertilization strategy called delayed implantation.
Delayed implantation allows the female to be impregnated but not give birth until the following spring.
He was especially concerned about delayed implantation - the transfer of a newly formed embryo to the womb after it has been stored for up to five days.
He was particularly concerned about delayed implantation - the transfer of a newly formed embryo to the womb after being stored up to five days - saying there was evidence embryo freezing caused genetic problems.
He was especially concerned about delayed implantation -the transfer of a newly formed embryo to the womb after it has been stored for up to five days.
This delayed implantation puts off the cubs' birth until winter.
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