Donor and recipient genotype and heterosis effects on survival and prenatal growth of transferred mouse embryos.

@article{Pomp1989DonorAR,
  title={Donor and recipient genotype and heterosis effects on survival and prenatal growth of transferred mouse embryos.},
  author={Daniel Pomp and David E Cowley and Eugene J. Eisen and William R. Atchley and Diane Hawkins-Brown},
  journal={Journal of reproduction and fertility},
  year={1989},
  volume={86 2},
  pages={493-500}
}
Reciprocal embryo transfers amongst two inbred strains (C3HeB/FeJ and SWR/J) and their F1 cross (C3SWF1) were used to examine donor and recipient genotype and heterosis effects on survival and prenatal growth of mouse embryos. Among inbred strains, significant recipient genotype effects were detected for both embryo survival (P less than 0.01) and prenatal… CONTINUE READING