PREGNANCY-BLOCK IN THE MEADOW VOLE, MICROTUS PENNSYLVANICUS

in Reproduction

Summary.

In meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus, bred from stock trapped in the wild and maintained under laboratory conditions, a reduction in the incidence of pregnancy (from 60% to 20%) follows exposure of recently inseminated females to strange males of the same species.

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