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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 78, Issue 5, pp 1326–1328 | Cite as

Effect of various doses of progesterone and estrogens on embryonic development in ovariectomized rats

  • R. D. Tsitsishvili
  • I. L. Kurdovanidze
  • T. V. Bolkvadze
  • M. K. Tedeshvili
Experimental Biology
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Abstract

Experiments were carried out on pregnant noninbred rats. The animals were ovariectomized on the 8th day of pregnancy, continuation of which was ensured by injection of the principal ovarian hormones: estradiol dipropionate, folliculin, estriol, and progesterone in various combinations. The animals were killed on the 21st day of pregnancy, and the fetuses were removed and inspected externally. The results showed that ovariectomy, carried out on the 8th day of pregnancy, interrupted its course. Normal embryogenesis took place only after injection of all the principal ovarian hormones.

Key words

pregnancy embryogenesis ovariectomy progesterone estrogens 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. D. Tsitsishvili
  • I. L. Kurdovanidze
  • T. V. Bolkvadze
  • M. K. Tedeshvili

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