Francisco Javier Henao Uribe, Aureliano Hernández Vásquez

Embryonic survival and placental development in the early pregnance of the pig  

Reseña

This book sinthesizes the results of a study on embryonic survival and placental development in the early pregnancy of the pig. The objective of this research was to compare three genotypes of swine: Large White, a commercial Yorkshire x Landcrace hybrid, and a criollo Colombian genotype called Zungo Pelao, regarding reproductive performance, development and vascularization of the allantonic sac, endometrial capillary subepithelial development, and to evaluate the immunolocalization of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and its two receptors (Flt-1 and KDR) in the uterus and chorioallantoic sac. The study was designed to evaluate the period in which development of a functional placenta occurs in the pig, that is between the conclusion of trophoblast-endometrium attachment (d 19) and the end of the chorioallantoic sac formation (d 26).

Título: Embryonic survival and placental developement in the early pregnance of the pig

Autor: Francisco Javier Henao Uribe, Aureliano Hernández Vásquez

Portada: Óscar Darío Villota Cuásquer

Colección: Libros de Investigación No 38

Área temática: Cerdos, reproducción
ISBN: 978-958-8319-85-8
Edición: Primera edición
Año: 2010
Encuadernación: Rústica
Formato: 17 x 24 cm
Nº de páginas: 167

 

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