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Studies on the transuterine migration of ova in the golden hamster


, : Studies on the transuterine migration of ova in the golden hamster. Journal of Agricultural Science, Japan 18(3-4): 211-217

Of 20 female hamsters in which the left ovary was removed and which were mated 4 wk later, 2 showed implantation in both uterine horns. There was no evidence of trans-uterine migration in any of 15 females in which the left oviduct was occluded 4 wk before mating.

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