2 edition of Intrauterine distribution of fetuses and productivity of white-tailed deer in central Wisconsin found in the catalog.
Intrauterine distribution of fetuses and productivity of white-tailed deer in central Wisconsin
Sam A. Moore
by Museum of Natural History, Wisconsin State University in Stevens Point
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 17.
|Statement||by Sam A. Moore and Charley M. White.|
|Series||Reports on the fauna and flora of Wisconsin. Report, no. 4|
|Contributions||White, Charley M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH105.W6 R43 no. 4, QL737.U55 R43 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||79319471|
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INTRAUTERINE DISTRIBUTION OF FETUSES AND PRODUCTIVITY OF WHITE-TAILED DEER IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN. By Sam A. Moore and Charley M. White Department of Biology, Wisconsin State University Stevens Point, Wisconsin ABSTRACT Reproduction was studied in female white-tailed deer (Odoaoileus.
J Mammal. Nov;58(4) Intrauterine distribution and attachment of fetuses in white-tailed deer. White CM, Moore SA. PMID: Author: Charley M.
White, Sam A. Moore. Intrauterine distribution of fetuses and productivity of white- tailed deer in central Wisconsin, by Sam A. Moore and Charley M.
White. Published Author White, Charley M., Limited (search only) Productivity and mortality and population histories for period for geese, swans and brant / compiled by John J. Lynch. Published Author.
We surveyed five plots: four km2 plots with free-ranging white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus populations in Wisconsin and a km2 plot with a white-tailed deer. Fetal Growth Rate Estimation from Length and Date of Death.
Abstract. Stochastic simulation revealed that linear regression of fetal length on date of death allows accurate prediction of the fetal growth rate of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).Cited by: 1. WISCONSIN WHITE-TAILED DEER TRUSTEE AND REVIEW COMMITTEE JUNE, Drs.
James C. Kroll (Trustee), David C. Guynn, Jr. (Committee Member), and Gary L Alt (Committee Member) Presented to, Wisconsin Department of Administration Madison, Wisconsin PREAMBLE In the history of North American wildlife management few issues have been more.
Relationship between days from average conception (by-site) and fetal sex ratio of white-tailed deer reproductive tracts (N = ) collected in Alabama, – DIAGNOSING PREGNANCY, IN UTERO LITTER SIZE, AND FETAL GROWTH WITH ULTRASOUND IN WILD, FREE-RANGING WOLVES MARK E.
MCNAY,* THOMAS R. STEPHENSON, AND BRUCE W. DALE Alaska Department of Fish and Game, College Road, Fairbanks, AKUSA (MEM). – days). For individual fetuses, between eight and ten placen-tomes (maternal caruncle plus fetal cotyledon) were collected from their respective placentae at necropsy.
The blood supply from the fetal cotyledon was traced to the umbilicus of the fetus to ensure matching of the placentomes and fetuses. In addition, fetal cotyle. The multiple fibrous strands of amnion that develop in utero and may entangle fetal parts to cause amputations or malformation of the fetus are described as which of the following.
Uterine synechiae b. Amniotic bands c. Amniotic sheets d. Entangled sheets. Fetal growth restriction (FGR) is a condition that affects 5–10% of pregnancies and is the second most common cause of perinatal mortality. This review presents the most recent knowledge on FGR and focuses on the etiology, classification, prediction, diagnosis, and management of the condition, as well as on its neurological complications.
The Pubmed, Cited by: The effect of surgical and experimental manipulations on intrauterine growth of the fetus was investigated in 61 rhesus monkey fetuses in which chroni Cited by: 1.
Intrauterine growth restriction Approved by the Norwegian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, June Members of the guideline group Cathrine Ebbing, Ganesh Acharya, Vasilis Sitras, Anne Helbig, Henrik Husby. Recommendations • Ultrasonographic measurement of the fetal head, abdomen and femur length.
Intrauterine Growth Restriction - authorSTREAM Presentation. Amniotic Fluid volumes: Amniotic Fluid volumes amniotic fluid index (AFI) 5 → 9% (1) Increased risk of IUGR in borderline amniotic fluid (AFI of 5 ) relative to a group of normal fetuses with AFI > 10 (2) Chauhan SP, Scardo JA, Hendrix NW, et al.
Accuracy of sonographically estimated fetal. White-Tailed Deer Karl D. Malcolm University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology Intrauterine device White-tailed deer.
abstract. Overabundantwhite-taileddeer(Odocoileusvirginianus of does without visible fetuses were evaluated for cor-pora lutea of pregnancy (Mansell, ). Pregnancy rates. Intrauterine respiration in the rat fetus 1. Direct observations-comparison with the guinea pig R.
FREDERICK BECKER, J. EDWARD KING, A.M. MARSH, A.B A. WYRICK, A.B. Durham, North Carolina PH.D. THE PHENOMENON of intrauterine respiratory-like activity on the part of the fetus has a long and ancient history encompassing the state of affairs in a Cited by: 4 Introduction: White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) are the most widespread and abundant cervid in North America, occurring in all contiguous United States except Utah (Demarais et al.Rohm et al.
In Wisconsin, deer are the favorite type of wildlife among hunters and non-hunters and are considered a. Evaluation of Reproductive Behavior in White-tailed Deer through Genetic Parentage Analysis by Stephanie Kimie Irvin A thesis submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Auburn University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science Auburn, Alabama August 6, Keywords: White-tailed deer, inbreeding avoidance, male Author: Stephanie Irvin.
An acoustic gap between the NICU and the womb. Surrounded by amniotic fluid, the first sounds the fetus experiences are low-frequency digestive noises and maternal sounds transmitted through the bones of the skull (Querleu et al., ; Lecanuet and Schaal, ; Sohmer et al., ).However, preterm infants (born Cited by: paraplacenta: second region consists of a highly pigmented ring at either end of the central zone-small hematomas (blood clots)-important in iron transport from dam to fetus third region: transport zone on the distal ends of the chorion, poor vascularity, may be involved in absorption of materials directly from the uterine lumen.
Determining the number of deer to harvest annually can be problematic for most wildlife biologists that manage white-tailed deer herds. Making harvest recommendations with no knowledge of population size and composition typically becomes a "best guess" endeavor.Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a term used to describe a condition in which the fetus is smaller than expected for the number of weeks of pregnancy.
Another term for IUGR is fetal growth restriction. Newborn babies with IUGR are often described as small for gestational age (SGA). A fetus with IUGR often has an estimated fetal weight.Full text of "White-tailed deer along the lower Yellowstone" See other formats.