First suckling response of the newborn albino rat: the roles of olfaction and amniotic fluid.

@article{Teicher1977FirstSR,
  title={First suckling response of the newborn albino rat: the roles of olfaction and amniotic fluid.},
  author={Martin H. Teicher and Elliott M. Blass},
  journal={Science},
  year={1977},
  volume={198 4317},
  pages={635-6}
}
Washing the nipples of anesthetized parturient rats virtually eliminated nipple attachment by their young. Normal attachment was induced only by painting the washed nipples with a distillate of the nipple wash, parturient-mother saliva, or her amniotic fluids. Reinstatement was not achieved by coating the washed nipples with the saliva of virgin females eating the same diet, the parturient mother's urine, isotonic saline, amyl acetate, or vanilla extract. These experiments also provide… CONTINUE READING

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