Embryonic Diapause in Mammals.
Embryonic diapause is the reversible arrest of embryonic development, usually at the blastocyst stage present in more than 130 species of mammals across a wide range of taxa. Examples can be found among the marsupials, carnivores, bats, and deer.
Conference by Prof. Susanne Ulbrich, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zürich.
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