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Age of laboratory mice at puberty


, : Age of laboratory mice at puberty. Rep. Argonne natn. Lab. biol. med. Res. Div, 228-229

It was found that the earliest age at which a CF#/ Anl was capable of inducing conception was 40 days, and that the av. strain age for first inducing conception was 48.9 days. The youngest and av. ages at 1st conception were 23 and 28 days resp. for CP/Anl , 25 and 25 days for CN-1/Anl , and 34 and 40 days for G57BL/6 Anl . Youngest and av.

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