A COMPARISON OF OLFACTORY STIMULATION AND NUTRITIONAL STRESS AS PREGNANCY-BLOCKING AGENTS IN MICE

in Reproduction

Summary.

Evidence is presented that olfactory stimulation and nutritional stress are separate and distinct pregnancy-blocking agents, and that the latter is not a complicating factor in the reaction set up by the former.

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