Implantation, development of the fetal membranes, and placentation in the captive black mastiff bat, Molossus ater.


Uterine events during pregnancy were examined histologically in laboratory-bred black mastiff bats (Molossus ater) as part of an effort to develop this species as a model for studies of the factors controlling trophoblastic growth. Embryos entered the uterus at the morula stage and in most cases shed their zonae pellucidae reasonably intact, apparently as… (More)


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