multiparous


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Related to multiparous: nulliparous, grand multipara

multiparous

(of certain species of mammal) producing many offspring at one birth
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By parity, time in bed was greater among nulliparous women than among their multiparous counterparts at both midpregnancy and 6-7 weeks post partum, whereas the reverse was seen in the first week post partum.
Liver samples from 8 healthy multiparous Holstein cows and 8 ketotic cows were pooled by health status, with the same weight of liver tissue from each cow.
The beneficial effects of YC supplementation were greater for primiparous sow than for multiparous sows.
One hundred three multiparous Holstein cows were assigned randomly to a 2x2 arrangement of treatments based upon the prepartum and/or postpartum time periods during the transition period and/or early lactation that cows were supplemented with low doses of bST.
KEY WORDS: red king crab Paralithodes camtschaticus, primiparous, multiparous, fecundity, size-fecundity relationship, Bristol Bay, Alaska
These migrations are either targeted toward pubescent-primiparous females, those that will soon terminally molt and then brood their first clutch after mating, or toward multiparous females, those carrying clutches in subsequent years (Lovrich et al.
Early antenatal care was higher for primiparous (60%) than multiparous girls (46%).
Paul and Paul (1995) said males big enough to copulate with multiparous females took more than two years to molt.
This association is not found in multiparous teens.
Compared with controls, women in the methamphetamine group were from lower socioeconomic status, were multiparous, (two vs.
Primiparous mothers had a higher rate of initiating breastfeeding than did multiparous mothers, but had a lower rate of continuing breastfeeding throughout the infant's first year.
The odds of perinatal death for this group are more than 11 times those associated with a planned repeat cesarean birth and more than twice those among infants born to other multiparous women who do not plan a cesarean delivery; however, the odds are similar to those among infants of nulliparous women who do not expect to deliver by this method.