preweaning


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preweaning

the period just before the young animal is weaned. This includes the neonatal period and is the period during which most deaths occur.
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Intestinal infections and subsequent diarrhoea account for the majority of health problems affecting calves during the preweaning period and are the primary reason for death and poor growth performance in the first 2 months of age (Davis and Drackley, 1998).
The effects of transplacental porcine circovirus type 2 infection on porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus-induced enteritis in preweaning piglets.
Good coordination and quick reflexes help piglets avoid being accidentally crushed by their mother, which is a primary cause of piglet preweaning mortality.
Holloway JW, Warrington BG, Forest DW and DR Randel Preweaning growth of F1 tropical adapted beef cattle breeds cross with Angus and reproductive performance of their dams in and rangeland.
Influence of supplementation of allrac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate preweaning and vitamin C postweaning on alpha-tocopherol and immune responses in piglets.
We determined survival of preweaning juveniles from iteration of rates of pregnancy and lactation of adult females and we determined minimum survival of postweaning juveniles from iteration of ratios of juveniles to adult females following Bender et al.
Direct dosing of preweaning rodents in toxicity testing and research: deliberations of an ILSI RSI Expert Working Group.
Neonatal ethanol and nicotine exposure causes locomotor activity changes in preweaning animals.
Comparison of the developmental and reproductive toxicity of diethylstilbestrol administered to rats in utero, lactationally, preweaning, or postweaning.
2000) suggested that preweaning and postweaning survival were generally low ([bar.
To compensate for location discounts, Western ranchers have adopted value-adding practices such as preweaning, vaccination programs and natural production.
Undernutrition during the preweaning period changes calcium ATPase and ADPase activities of synaptosomal fractions of weanling rats.