Perinatal ontogeny of brain growth in the domestic pig.

Abstract

The perinatal development of the brain is highlighted by a growth spurt whose timing varies among species. The growth of the porcine cerebrum was investigated from the third trimester of gestation (70 days postconception) through the first 3.5 weeks of postnatal life (140 days postconception). The shape of the growth curves for cerebrum weight, total… (More)

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@article{Pond2000PerinatalOO, title={Perinatal ontogeny of brain growth in the domestic pig.}, author={Wilson G. Pond and S L Boleman and Marta L. Fiorotto and H. Ho and Darrell A. Knabe and Harry John Mersmann and Jeffrey W. Savell and Dong-Ming Su}, journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2000}, volume={223 1}, pages={102-8} }