lactation

[ lak-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lactation

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Lactation has no appreciable effect on the number of leucocytes.

It is a defect that is peculiar to individual animals and is liable to recur at approximately the same period in lactation.

At certain stages in lactation, a bitter salty taste is occasionally to be noted that is peculiar to individual animals.

Should she become a mother and nurse her child, this function of lactation would be the periodic function of the breasts.

Then, there were five years during which she did not perform the function of lactation, and yet, she did not lose this function.

Menstruation, reproduction, and lactation are at once the cause of an anabolic surplus and the means of getting rid of it.

Sinety126 has studied the effect of lactation on the liver, and has ascertained the existence of fatty degeneration.

Pregnancy, lactation, and suppuration also have the same effect, but to a slighter and less permanent extent.

The two preceding varieties commonly occur during the first two or three months of lactation.

Does spaying prolong the period of lactation, and increase the quantity of milk?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LACTATION

sucking

nounremoval of liquid
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