Embryo transfer bibliography I

Embryo transfer bibliography I

THERIOGENOLOGY EMBRYO TRANSFER BIBLIOGRAPHY I S.M. Seidel and G.E. Seidel, Jr. Animal Reproduction Laboratory Colorado State University Fort Collins, ...

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THERIOGENOLOGY EMBRYO TRANSFER BIBLIOGRAPHY I S.M. Seidel and G.E. Seidel, Jr. Animal Reproduction Laboratory Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO 80523

This bibliographic series is intended selectively, but systematically to cover the scientific literature from 1979 on that is relevant to embryo transfer. It will be updated quarterly and published in THERIOGENOLOGY. The major emphasis will be on species of agricultural importance, but other species will be included. Papers on husbandry or laboratory techniques that are especially relevant in the context of embryo transfer will also be listed. Abstracts of presentations at meetings will not be included. Most of the articles have been selected from the Life Sciences and the Agriculture, Biology, and Environmental Sciences volumes of CURRENT CONTENTS. Reprints may be requested from the author (or, in some instances, from the co-author whose name is followed by an asterisk); the abbreviated address is listed after each bibliographic entry. An original copy 06 an article may be purchased from the Institute for Scientific Information , 3501 Market St., University City Science Center, Philadelphia, PA 19104. To order an article, give the author(s), titlea date, journal, journal volume andRnumber, inclusive page numbers, and the ISI Original Article Tear Sheet (OATS ) accession number (the two-letter and three-digit code at the end of the bibliographic entry). Payment must accompany the order. Charges are $4.50 for an article of 20 pages or less ($5.50 for countries other than the USA, Canada, and Mexico; airmail delivery) and $2.00 for each additional 10 pages or less. There is also an OATS Hotline service through which articles may be ordered by telephone: (215) 386-0100 (Cable: SCINFO; Telex: 34-5305). There is an additional $1.00 charge for Hotline service. For some articles, inclusive page numbers were not available. Cattle and Buffaloes Becze, J., J. M&zsros, and I. Perjgs. 1979 Studie on improving the success of induced superovulation in cows. Zuchthy iene 14(1):26-30. GL542 Forschungsinst., Tierzutht, Fortpflanzungsbiol. Abt., H-2053 Herceghalom, HUNGARY. 1979 Factors affecting the viability of Bilton, R.J. and N.W. &ore. frozen stored cattle embryos. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 32(1):101-108. 68321 ViaPax Corp., Ltd., Pine Valley Dr., Woodbridge, Ontario, CANADA L4L lB5. Christie, W. B., R. Newcomb, and L.E.A. Rowson. 1979 Ovulation rate and egg recovery in cattle treated repeatedly with pregnant mare serum gonadotrophin and prostaglandin. Vet. Rec. 104(13):281-283. GP997 ARC, Inst. Anim. Physiol., Anim. Res. Stn., 307 Huntingdon Rd., Cambridge CB2 4AT, ENGLAND.

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Eley, R.M., W.W. Thatcher, and F.W. Barer. 1979 Hormonal and physical changes associated with bovine conceptus development. AND Luteolytic effect of oestrone sulphate on cyclic beef heifers. J. Reprod. Fertil, 55(1):181-190 and 191-193. Two articles. GF618 Univ. Florida, Dept. Dairy Sci., Gainesville, FL 32611.

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Foote, R.H. 1979 Time of artificial insemination and fertility in dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 62(2):355-358 GN509 Dept. Anim. Sci.. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY &4853..

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Greve, T. and H. Lehn-Jensen. 1979 Embryo transplantation in cattle. Non-surgical transfer of 6 ?i - 7 '2 - day old embryos to lactating dairy cows under farm conditions. Acta Vet. Stand. 20(1):135-144. GT308 Royal Vet. & Agr. Univ., InsL. Anim. Reprod., DK-1870 Copenhagen V, DENMARK.

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Grimek, H.J., .I. Gorski, and B.C. Wentworth. 1979 Purification and characterization of bovine follicle-stimulating hormone -- comparison with ovine follicle stimulating hormone. Endocrinol. 104(1):140-147. GD620 Univ. Wise. Coil. Agric. Life Sci., Dept. Poultry Sci., Madison, WI 53706.

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Heersche, G., G.H. Kiracofe, R.C. Debenedetti, S. Wen, and R.M. McKee. 1979 Synchronisation of estrus in beef heifers with a Norgestomet implant and prostaplandin F2d. Theriogenology 11(3):197-208. GP829 Univ. Kentucky, Dept. Auim. Sci., Lexington, KY 40506.

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Herriman, I.O., D.J. Harwood, C.B. Mallinson, and R.J. Heitzman. 1979 Plasma concentration of ovarian hormones during the oestrus cycle of the sheep and cow. J. Endocrinol. 81(1):61-64. GU109 ARC Inst. Res. Anim. Dis., Dept. Funct. Pathol., Newbury RG16 ONN, Berkshire, ENGLAND.

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Liebfried, L. and N.L. First. 1979 oocytes and their ability to mature GJ078 Dept. Meat Anim. Sci., Univ.

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Lishman, A.W., '.J. Allison, R.L. Fogwell, R.L. Butcher, and E.K. titular development and function of induced corpora Inskeep. 1979 lutea in underfe Jostpartum anestrous beef cows. J. Anim. Sci. 48(4): 867-875. GU746 Univ. Natal., Dept. Anim. Sci., Pietermaritzburg, SOUTH AFRICA.

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Lopez-Barb&la, S.R., A.C. Warnick, T.H. Wise, and M.J. Fields. 1979 Endocrine response of the cow to PMSG and subsequent multiple corpora lutea regression by prostaglandin F2d. J. Anim. Sci. 48(5):1135-1142. GW481 Univ. Cent. Venezuela, Fat. Agron., Maracay, VENEZUELA.

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Ozil, J.P., Y. Heyman, and J.P. Renard. 1979 Instrument for transcervical recovery of embryos from heifers. Theriogenology 11(3):173-184. GP829 Stn. Cent. Physiol. Anim., INRA, F-78350 Jouy-en-Josas, FRANCE.

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Rasbech, N.O. 1979 Instruments for non-surgical collection and transfer of bovine embryos. Brit. Vet. J. 135(2):185-191. GT343 Royal Vet. & Agr. Univ., Inst. Anim. Reprod., DK-1870 Copenhagen, DENMARK.

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Characterization of bovine follicular in vitro. .I. Anim. Sci. 48(1):76-86. -~ Wise., Madison, WI 53706.

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Roche, J.F. and D.J. Prediville. 1979 Control of estrus in dairy cows with a synthetic analogue of prostaglandin F Theriogenology 11(Z): 153-162. GM754 Agr. Inst., Grange, Meath, I&&D.

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Schams, D., Ch. Menzer, F. Schallenberger, B. Hoffmann, A. Prokopp, B. Hahn, and R. Hahn. 1979 Superovulation in cattle: hormonal profiles during superovulation with PMSG or pituitary FSH. Zuchthygiene 14(l): 11-25. GL542 Tech. Univ. Munich, Inst. Physiol. Sudd., D-8050 Freising, FED. REP. GER.

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Shelton, J.N., T.D. Heath, K.G. Old, and 6. E. Turnbull. 1979 Nonsurgical recovery of eggs from single-ovulating bovines. Theriogenology 11(2):149-152. GM754 Australian Natl. Univ., John Curtin Sch. Med. Res., Dept. Immunol., Canberra, 2600, ACT, AUSTRALIA.

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Smith, J.F., R.J. Fairclough, and A.J. Peterson. 1979 Plasma levels of progesterone, Provera,oestradiol178, and 13, 14 dihydro-15-keto prostaglandin F in cows treated with Provera-impregnated sponges. GP414 Minist. Agr. & Fisheries, Div. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):359-364. Res., Ruakura Anim. Res. Stn., Hamilton, NEW ZEALAND.

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Staigmiller, R.B., R.E. Short, R.A. Bellows, and J.B. Carr. 1979 Effect of nutrition on response to exogenous FSH in beef cattle. J. Anim. Sci. GW481 USDA, SEA, Livestock & !'.angeRes. Stn., Miles 48(5):1177-1181. City, MT 59301.

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Stevenson, J.S. and J.H. Britt. 1979 Relationships among luteinizing hormone, estradiol, progesterone, glucocorticoids, milk yield, body weight, and postpartum ovarian activity in Holstein cows. J. Anim. Sci. 48(3):570577. GR389 N. Carolina State Univ., Dept. Anim. Sci., Raleigh, NC 27650.

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Tripathi, S.S., A.R. Bhattacharya, and S.N. Luktuke. 1979 Influence of administration of massive doses of oestrogens and progesterone on reproduction in heifers and cows. Indian Vet. J. 56(1):41-44. GW841 Coil. Vet. Sci. Nainital, Nainital, INDIA.

Sheep and Goats 22.

1979 Effects of chronic LHRH treatment Amundson, B.C. and J.E. Wheaton*. on brain LHRH content, pituitary and plasma LH and ovarian follicular activity in the anestrous ewe. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):633-638. GS789 Univ. Minnesota, Dept. Anim. Sci., St. Paul, MN 55108.

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Bindon, B.M., M.R. Blanc, J. Pellet&r, M. Terqui, and .J. Thimonier. 1979 Periovulatory gonadotrophin and ovarian steroid patterns in sheep of breeds with differing fecundity. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(1):15-25. GF618 CSIRO Div. Anim. Prod., Armidale 2350, New S. Wales, AUSTRALIA.

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Blockey, M.A.D.B., P.J. Holst, A.IJ. Makin, and L.P. Cahill. 1979 0estrus. ovulation, and ovum transport in young merino ewes. Aust. J. Esptl. Acric. Anim. Husb. 19(97):150-155. GU259 Dept. Agr., Werribee, Victoria, AUSTRALIA.

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Boland, M.P. and I. Gordon. 1979 Effect of timing ram introduction on fertility in progestagen-PMSG treated anoestrus ewes. J. Agr. Sci. 92 (Feb)Pt. 1:247-250. GJ452 Natl. Univ. Ireland, Univ. Coil. Dublin, Dept. Agri., Dublin, IRELAND.

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Cahill, J.P., J.C. Mariana, and P. Mauleon. 1979 Total follicular populations in ewes of high and low ovulation rates. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(l): 27-36. GF618 INRA, Physiol. Reprod. Stn., F-37380 Nouzilly, FRANCE.

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Colas, G. 1979 Fertility in the ewe after artificial insemination with fresh and frozen semen at the induced oestrus, and influence of the photoperiod on the semen quality of the ram. Livestock Prod. Sci. 6(2): 153-166. GS993 INRA Physiol. Reprod. Stn.,F-37380 Nouzilly, FRANCE.

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Fournier-Delpech, S., G. Colas, M. Courot, R. Ortavant, and G. Brice. 1979 Epididymalspermmaturation in the ram: motility, fertilizing ability and embryonic survival after uterine artificial insemination in the ewe. Ann. Biol. Anim. Biochim. Biophys. 19(A3):597-606. GX036 INCA, Fertilit; Male Lab., Physiol. Reprod. Stn., F-37380 Nouzilly, FRANCE.

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Hatjiminaoglou, I., T. Alifakiotis, and N. Zervas. 1979 The effect of exogenous oxytocin on estrous cycle length and corpus luteum lysis in ewes. Ann. Biol. Anim. Biochim. Biophys. 19(A2):355-366. GR353 Aristotelian Univ. Salonika, Sch. Agr. & Forestry, Dept. Anim. Hosb., Salonika, GREECE.

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Hay, M.F., R.M. Moor, D.G. Cran, and H.M. Dott. 1979 Regeneration of atretic sheep ovarian follicles in vitro. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(1):195207. GF618 ARC Inst. Anim. Physiol., Anim. Res. Stn., 307 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge CB3 OJQ, ENGLAND.

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Hinkelman, L.A., G.E. Bradford, E.J. Pollack, G.B. Anderson, and P.T. cupps. 1979 An embryo transfer study of birth weight in Finnish Landrace and Targee sheep. J. Anim. Sci. 48(2):298-306. GN043 Univ. Calif. Davis, Dept. Anim. Sci., Davis, CA 95616.

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Lacroix,M.-C. and J. :lartal. 1979 Evidence and evolution of chorionic gonadotropin in ewes. Comptes Rend. 288(8):771-774. GQ733 INRA, Ctr. Natl. Rech. Zootech., Physiol. Lactat. Lab. CNRS, F-78350 Jouy-en-Josas, FRANCE.

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Land, R.B. and R.J. Scaramuzzi. 1979 A note on the ovulation rate of sheep following treatment with clomiphene citrate. Anim. Prod. 28(l): 131-134 GT684 ARC, Anim. Breeding Res. Org., W. Mains Rd., Edinburgh EH9 3JQ, Midlothian, SCOTLAND.

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Legan, S.J. and F.J. Karsch. 1979 Neuroendocrine regulation of the estrous cycle and seasonal breeding in the ewe. Biol. Reprod. 20(1):7485. GL809 Univ. Mich., Dept. Pathol., Program Reprod., Ann Arbor, MI 48109.

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McMahon, G.R., R.P. Shearman, D.A. Shutt, and I.D. Smith. 1979 Prostaglandin F - induced prolactin release and luteolysis in the goat, Aust. J. Biol. %i. 32(1):109-114. GS321 Univ. Sydney, Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., Sydney 2006, New S. Wales, AUSTRALIA.

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Quirke, J.F., J.P. Hanrahan, and J.P. Gosling. 1979 Plasma progesterone levels throughout the oestrous cycle and release of LH at oestrus in sheep with different ovulation rates. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(1):37-44. GF618 Agric. Inst., Ballinrobe, Mayo, IRELAND.

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Whyman, D., D.L. Johnson, T.W. Knight, and R.W. Moore. 1979 Intervals between multiple ovulation in PMSG-treated and untreated ewes and the relationship between ovulation and estrus. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):481488. GP414 S. Pacific Commission, POB D5, Noumea, NEW CALEDONIA.

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Willadsen, S.M. 1979 A method for culture of micromanipulated sheep embryos and its use to produce monozygotic twins. Nature 277(5694):298300. GF531 ARC Inst. Anim. Physiol., Anim. Res. Stn., 307 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge CB2 4AT, ENGLAND.

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Worthington, C.A. and J.P. Kennedy. 1979 Ovarian response to exogenous hormones in six-week-old lambs. Amt. J. Biol. Sci. 32(1):91-96. GS321 Reg. Vet. Lab., Armidale 2350, New S. Wales, AUSTRALIA. See also reference 9.

Swine

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Basha, S.M.M., F.W. Bazer, and R.M. Roberts, 1979 The secretion of a uterine specific purple phosphatase by cultured explants of porcine endometrium-dependency upon the state of pregnancy of the donor animal. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):431-441. GS789 Univ. Florida, J. Hillis Miller Health Ctr., Gainesville, FL 32610.

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Bronson, R.A., G. Bryant, M.W. Balk, and N. Emanuele. 1979 Intrafollicular pressure within preovulatory follicles of the pig. Fertil. Steril. 31(2): 205-213. GL937 N. Shore Univ. Hosp., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., Div. Human Reprod., Manhasset, NY 11030.

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Dyck, G.W., W.M. Palmer, and S. Simaraks. 1979 Postweaning plasm,a concentrations of luteinizing hormone and estrogens in sows: Effect of pregnant mare's serum gonadotropin or estradiol-178 plus progesterone. Can. J. Anim. Sci., 59(1):159-166. GT650 Agr. Canada Res. Sm., Brandon, Manitoba, CANADA R7A 527.

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Elze, K., U. Schnurrbusch, H.-J. Hanger, and J. Erices. 1979 Use of F prostaglandin to induce oestrus in gilt. Arch. Exptl. Veterin6rmed. 35ril):151- . GV725 Karl Marx Univ. Sekt. Tierprod. & Vet. Med., DDR-701 Leipzig, GER. DEM. REP.

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Hillensjo, T., C.P. Channing, S.H. Pomerantz, and A. Schwartz-Kripner. 1979 Intra-follicular control of oocyte maturation in the pig. In Vitro. 15(1):32-40. GK940 Univ. Maryland Sch. Med., Dept. Physiol., Baltimore. MD 21201.

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Meredith, M.J. 1979 The treatment of anoestrus in the pig. A review. Vet. Rec. 104(2):25-27. GE026 Royal Vet. Coll., Dept. Anim. Iiusb., Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND.

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Oikawa, T. 1979 A simple method for the isolation of a large number of ova from pig ovaries. Gamete Res. 1(3-4):265-268. GT655 Yamagata Univ. Fat. Sci., Dept. Biol., Yamagata 990, JAPAN.

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Schlegel, W., M. WZhner, S. Stenzel, and R. Krebs. 1978 Studies into ovulation in gilts after biotechnical induction of puberty followed by stimulation of ovulation. Arch. Exp. VeterinZmed. 32(6):373-378. GN202 Forschungstelle, Schweinezucht, Rodameuschel, 6901 Rodameuschel, GER. DEM. REP.

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Freedman, L.J., M.C. Garcia, and O.J. Ginther. 1979 Influence of photoperiod and ovaries on seasonal reproductive activity in mares. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):567-574. GS789 Univ. Wisconsin, Program Endocrinol. & Reprod. Physiol. Training, Madison, WI 53706.

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Humke, R. and 3. Beaupoil. 1979 Trials to induce ovulation in the mare with a synthetic releasing hormone analogue. Berl. Miinch. Tier&ztl. Wschr. 92(8):149-151. GR193 Hoechst AG, D-6230 Frankfurt 80, FED. REP. GER.

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Nett, T.M., B.W. Pickett, and E.L. Squires. 1979 Effects of Equimate (ICI-81008) on levels of luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and progesterone during the estrous cycle of the mare. J. Anim. Sci. 48(1):69-75. GJ078 Anim. Reprod. Lab., Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523.

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Squires, E.L., W.B. Stevens, B. W. Pickett, and T.M. Nett. 1979 Role of pregnant mare serum gonadotropin in luteal function of pregnant mares. Am. J. Vet. Res. 40(6):889-891. GX234 Anim. Reprod. Lab., Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO 80523.

Rodents, Rabbits, etc. 52.

Archer, D.R., C.A. Eddy,* and C.3. Pauerstein. 1979 Electrophysiology of the rabbit oviduct following tubal microsurgery. Fertil. Steril. 31(4): 423-427. GS795 Univ. Texas, Health Science Ctr., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., San Antonlo, TX 78285.

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Atienza-Samols, S.B. and M.I. Sherman. 1979 In vitro development of core cells of the inner cell mass of the mouse blastocyst: Effects of conditioned medium. J. Exp. 2001. 208(1):67-71. GS222 Roche Inst. Molec. Biol.,Nutley, NJ 07110.

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Braude, P.R. 1979 Control of protein synthesis during blastocyst formation in the mouse. Develop. Biol. 68(2):440-452. GK871 Univ. Cambridge, Dept. Anat., Cambridge CB2 3DY, ENGLAND.

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Carroll, E.J., Jr. and D.P. Wolf. 1979 Mouse egg penetration is inhibited by erythrosin B. Gamete Res. 1(3-4):293-298. GT655 Univ. Calif. Riverside, Dept. Biol., Riverside, CA 92521.

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Chavez, D.J. and J. Van Blerkom. 1979 Persistence of embryonic RNA synthesis during facultative delayed implantation in the mouse. Develop. Biol. 70(1):39-49. GV168 Univ. Colorado, Dept. Molec. Cell & Develop. Biol., Boulder, CO ao309.

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Dekel, N., T. Hillensjii, and P.F.Kracier. 1979 Maturational effects of gonadotropins on the cumulus-oocyte complex of the rat. Biol. Reprod. 20(2):191-197. GP439 Dept. Zool., Tel-Aviv Univ., Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL.

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Dey, S.K., C. Villanueva, and N.I. Abdan. 1979 Histamine receptors on rabbit blastocyst and endometrial cell membranes. Nature 278(5705):648649. GR173 Univ. Kansas Med. Ctr., R.L. Smith Human Develop. Ctr., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., Kansas City, KS 66103.

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Eppig, J.J. 1979 Gonadotropin stimulation of the expansion of cumulus oophori isolated from mice: General conditions for expansion in vitro. J. Exp. Zool. 208(1):111-128. GS222 Jackson Lab., Bar Harbor, ME 04609.

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Fraser, L.R. 1979 Rate of fertilization in vitro and subsequent nuclear development as a function of post-ovulatory age of the mouse egg. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(1):153-160. GF618 Univ. London, Chelsea Coil. Sci. Technol., Dept. Human Biol., Basic Med. Sci. Group, London SW3 ~LX, ENGLAND.

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Fraser, L.R. and I Maudlin. 1979 Incidence of polyspermy in mouse eggs fertilized in viva and in vitro after administration of progesterone and estradiol. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):407-410. GP414 Univ. London Chelsea, Coil. Sci. & Technol., Dept. Human Biol., Basic ?led. Sci. Group, London SW3 6LX, ENGLAND.

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Fukuda, Y., M.B. Maddock, and M.C. Chang. 1979 In vitro fertilization of two species of deer mouse eggs by homologous or heterologous sperm and penetration of laboratory mouse eggs by deer mouse sperm. J. Exp. Zool. 207(3):481-490. GP193 Worcester Fdn. Exptl. Biol., Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

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Graham, C.F. and E. Lehtonen. 1979 Formation and consequences of cell patterns in preimplantation mouse development. J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol. GN266 Univ. Oxford, Dept. Zool., Oxford OX1 3PS, ENGLAND. 49(Jan):277-294.

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* Groff, A.K., P.C.K. Leung, and D.T. Armstrong . 1979 Stimulatory action of follicle stimulating hormone and androgens on the responsiveness of rat granulosa cells to gonadotropins in vitro. Endocrinol. 104(4):1124-1129. GR758 Univ. Western Ontario Hosp., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., London, Ontario N6G 2K3, CANADA.

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Gwatkin, R.B.L. and D.T. Williams. 1979 Bovine and hamster zona solutions exhibit receptor activity for capacitated but not for noncapacitated GT655 Merck Inst. Therapeutic Res., sperm. Gamete Res. 1(3-4):259-264. Rahway, NJ 07065.

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Jackowski, S. and J.N. Dumont. 1979 Surface alterations of the mouse zona pellucida and ovum following in vitro fertilization: Correlation with the cell cycle. Biol. Reprod. 20(2):150-161. GP439 Univ. 0x11. Health Ctr., Dept. Physiol., Framingham, CT 06032.

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Kane, M.T. 1979 Fatty acids as energy sources for culture of one-cell rabbit ova to viable morulae. Biol. Reprod. 20(2):323-332. GP439 Dept. of Physiol., UC Galway, Galway, IRELAND.

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Kaplan, R. and P.F. Kracier. 1979 Effect of elevated calcium concentration on fertilization of rat oocytes in vitro. Gamete Res. 1(3-4): 281-286. GT655 Hakirya Maternity Hosp., Tel-Aviv Med. Ctr., Saferman Inst. Study Fertil., Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL.

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Lee, B. and K.E. Kendle. 1979 The effect of reserpine, oestradiol and in vitro perfusion on oviduct calcium levels in the mouse during egg transport. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):489-493. GP414 Robert Gordon Inst. Technol. Sch. Pharmacol., Aberdeen AB9 lFR, SCOTLAND.

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Leung, P.C.K., A.K. Groff, and D.T. Armstrong-. 1979 Stimulating action of androgen administration in viva on ovarian responsiveness to gonadoGR758 Univ. Western Ontario tropins. Endocrinology 104(4):1119-1123. Hosp., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., London, Ontario N6G 2K3, CANADA.

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Matthews, M.K., Jr. and N.T. Adler. 1979 Relative efficiency of sperm transport and number of sperm ejaculated in the female rat. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):540-544. GS769 Yankton Coil., Dept. Psychol., Yankton, SD 57078.

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Mori, T. 1979 Age-related changes in ovarian responsiveness to gonadotropins in normal and neonatally estrogenized mice. J. Exp. Zool. GP193 Univ. Tokyo, Fat. Sci., Inst. Zool., Bunkyo Ku, 207(3):451-458. Tokyo 113, JAPAN.

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Naeslund, G. 1979 The effect of glucose-, arginine-, and leucinedeprivation on mouse blastocyst outgrowth in vitro. Uppsala J. Med. Sci. 84(1):9-20. GU143 Biomed. Ctr., Dept. Anat., Reprod. Res. Unit, S-75123 Uppsala, SWEDEN.

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Nequin, L.G., J. Alvarez, and N.B. Schwartz. 1979 Measurement of steroid and gonadotropin levels and uterine and ovarian variables throughout 4day and 5-day estrous cycles in the rat. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):659-670. GS789 South. Illinois Univ. Sch. Med., Carbondale, IL 62901.

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Oakberg, E.F. 1979 Follicular growth and atresia in the mouse, In Vitro 15(1):41-49. GK940 Oak Ridge National Lab,, Div. Biol., Oak Ridge, TN 37830.

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bstenson, C.G., G. Naeslund, and 0. Nilssnn. 1979 Differential effect of cupric ions on the in vitro utilization of glucose by blastocysts and pancreatic islets, Uppsala J. Med. Sci. 84(1):3-8. GU143 Biomed. Ctr., Dept. Histol., S-75123 Uppsala, SWEDEN.

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Peluso, J.J., D.L. Bolender, and A. Perri. 1979 Temporalchanges associated with thedegenerationof the rat oocyte. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):423-430. GS789 Loyola Univ., Dept, Biol., Chicago, IL 60626.

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Pendergrass, P.B. and P. Talbot. 1979 The distribution of contractile cells in the apex of the preovulatory hamster follicle. Biol. Reprod. 20 (2):205-213. GP439 Dept. Anat., Wright State Univ. Sch. Med., Dayton, OH 45435.

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Reed, M., F.A. Burton, P.A. van Diest. 1979 Ovulation in the guinea pig. I. The ruptured follicle. J. Anat. 128, Pt. 1:195-206. GE709 John Radcliffe Hosp., Nuffield Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., Oxford OX3 9DV, ENGLAND.

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Robson, K.E. and E.L. Shaver. 1979 The chromosome complement of rabbit blastocysts resulting from spermatozoa stored in vitro at -196'C. Biol. Reprod. 20(3):516-522. GS789 Univ. Western Ontario, Dept. Anat., London, Ontario N6A 3K7, CANADA.

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Rowson, J.M.R., C.I. Galey, L.C. Weinberg, and B.J. Hodgson.* 1979 Effects of gonadotropins on follicular development, ovulation, and atresia in the mature guinea pig. Hormone Res. 10(1):25-36. GM109 Univ. Texas Health Sci. Ctr., Ctr. Res. & Training Reprod. Biol., Dept. Obstet. Gynecol., San Antonio, TX 78284.

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Schuetz, A.W. and W.J. Schwartz. 1979 Intrafollicular cumulus cell transformations associated with oocyte maturation following gonadotrophic hormone stimulation of adult mice. J. Exp. Zool. 207(3):399-406. GP193 Johns Hopkins Univ., Sch. Hyg. b Publ. Hlth., Baltimore, MD 21205.

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Shalgi, R., N. Dekel, and P.F. Kracier. 1979 The effect of LH on the fertilizability and developmental capacity of rat oocytes matured in vitro. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):429-435. GP414 Rockefeller Univ., Div. Biomed., Population Council, New York, NY 10021.

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Smith, D.M. and D.Y. Tenney. 1979 Effect of hypophysectomy on mouse oocyte maturation in vitro. J. Reprod. Fertil. 55(2):415-422. GP414 Harvard Univ. Sch. Med., Human Reprod. & Reprod. Biol. Lab., Boston, MA 02115.

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