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embryonic

, embryonal
of or relating to an embryo
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Relationship between the endocervical mycoplasma infection and spontaneous abortion due to early embryonic death (In Chinese).
Maurer and Echternkamp (1985) reported that repeat breeders show a significant level of embryonic deaths.
The spherical shape of the embryonic vesicle associated with a poor uterine tone at the abovementioned gestational phase may be an indicator of imminent embryonic death.
When the presence of many echogenic particles are noted within uterine liquid, the Veterinarian should question the viability of embryo and wonder if embryonic death has occurred.
Keywords: Pheasant, egg shell color, fertility, embryonic death rate.
Because potentially dead-in-shell embryos are usually further incubated by the breeder to ensure embryonic death, the possibility cannot be excluded that ABV RNA was already degraded in some cases, thus causing false-negative results.
This virus is responsible for bovine viral diarrhoea, mucosal disease, poor conception and early embryonic death, foetal mummies, the birth of brain-damaged calves, eye defects in newborn calves and a lower resistance to other diseases.
The technique will continue to be compromised by the uncertainty as to what constitute embryonic death.
Losses of pregnancy can be characterized as early embryonic death, which occurs prior to maternal recognition of pregnancy; late embryonic death, which occurs from day 24 to 42 of gestation; and fetal death, which occurs after day 42.