DEVELOPMENT OF FERRET EGGS AFTER 2 TO 3 DAYS IN THE RABBIT FALLOPIAN TUBE

in Reproduction

Summary.

When 4- or 6-day ferret eggs were transferred to the Fallopain tubes of rabbits for 2 or 3 days and retransferred into uteri of pseudopregnant ferrets, only 4 to 8% of transferred eggs developed into foetuses. Following storage at 1 to 5° C for 2 or 3 days in a medium containing 20% of ferret serum, no 4-day ferret egg implanted but 8% of the 6-day eggs developed into foetuses. Following culture at 38° C in the same medium for 2 to 3 days, none of the 4-day eggs, but 59% of the 6-day eggs could have implanted.

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