Pregnancy recognition and abnormal offspring syndrome in cattle.

  title={Pregnancy recognition and abnormal offspring syndrome in cattle.},
  author={Char E Farin and William T Farmer and Peter W Farin},
  journal={Reproduction, fertility, and development},
  volume={22 1},
Development of the post-hatching conceptus in ruminants involves a period of morphological expansion that is driven by complex interactions between the conceptus and its intrauterine environment. As a result of these interactions, endometrial physiology is altered, leading to establishment of the pregnancy and continued development of the placenta. Disruption of normal fetal and placental development can occur when embryos are exposed to manipulations in vitro or when inappropriate endocrine… CONTINUE READING

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