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dc.contributor.advisorBonilla Leon, Lilian-
dc.creatorOrtiz Guzman, Nicolas Andres-
dc.date.accessioned2019-10-07T23:08:26Z-
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dc.date.issued2019-10-03-
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dc.descriptionLa pérdida embrionaria es una causa importante de preñez en el ganado vacuno, lo que representa 25 a 40% de fallo de embarazo que puede ser dividido en temprano y tardío, y se puede lograr la pérdida embrionaria temprana de 40%. En el ganado vacuno pérdida embrionaria temprana se produce la mayor parte del día 7 al 16 de gestación, durante el brote del blastocisto y la aplicación sin afectar a la duración de los ciclos (JAINUDEN; HAFEZ, 2004). Esta pérdida de la gestación ocurre durante los primeros 42 días algunos autores reportan hasta los 45 días que corresponden al periodo embrionario, lo cual hace difícil el diagnóstico y en corregir en reproducción bovina. Esta patología se presenta tanto en bovinos de carne como de leche (Thatcher et al., 1994; Vanroose et al., 2000; Sreenan et al., 2001), y conforme con Wathes (1992), la mayoría de las muertes embrionarias ocurre en los primeros días después de la fecundación y durante el proceso de implantación. Las pérdidas embrionarias pueden clasificarse en la mortalidad embrionaria temprana, cuando se producen dentro de los primeros 25 días de gestación, y la mortalidad embrionaria tardía ocurre entre el 25 y 45 de gestación (Humblot, 2001). El términos muerte fetal o aborto involuntario se refiere a las pérdidas que se producen entre los días 45 y 260 (FORAR, 1996). En los sistemas de producción actuales, es de suma importancia reconocer la multiplicidad de factores que pueden influenciar en el desempeño reproductivo, en especial las causas de mortalidad embrionaria. Los diversos factores pueden ser divididos, según Grunert (2005), en factores genéticos, de manejo, estrés, salud animal, entre otros. Según Kastelic (2003) se clasifica esos factores como endógenos (pudiendo ser referentes al embrión, a la vaca o al toro) y ambientales. El propósito de esta revisión bibliográfica es resaltar aspectos relacionados con la etiología, incidencia, factores y estrategias relacionadas para reducir los efectos de la perdida embrionaria en las ganaderías.es
dc.description.abstractEmbryonic loss is an important cause of pregnancy in cattle, accounting for 25 to 40% of pregnancy failure that can be divided into early and late, and early embryonic loss of 40% can be achieved. In cattle, early embryonic loss occurs most of the day 7 to 16 of gestation, during the blastocyst outbreak and the application without affecting the duration of the cycles (JAINUDEN; HAFEZ, 2004). This loss of gestation occurs during the first 42 days some authors report up to 45 days corresponding to the embryonic period, which makes diagnosis difficult and correcting in bovine reproduction. This pathology is present in both beef and dairy cattle (Thatcher et al., 1994; Vanroose et al., 2000; Sreenan et al., 2001), and according to Wathes (1992), most embryonic deaths occur In the first days after fertilization and during the implantation process. Embryonic losses can be classified into early embryonic mortality, occurring within the first 25 days of gestation, and late embryonic mortality occurs between 25 and 45 gestation (Humblot, 2001). The terms fetal death or miscarriage refer to the losses that occur between days 45 and 260 (FORAR, 1996). In current production systems, it is extremely important to recognize the multiplicity of factors that may influence reproductive performance, especially the causes of embryonic mortality. The various factors can be divided, according to Grunert (2005), into genetic factors, management, stress, animal health, among others. According to Kastelic (2003) these factors are classified as endogenous (possibly referring to the embryo, the cow or the bull) and environmental factors.es
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dc.publisherUniversidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Medicina Veterinaría y Zootecnia, Ibaguées
dc.subjectPérdida Embrionariaes
dc.subjectGestaciónes
dc.subjectBlastocistoes
dc.subjectCiclos estrales
dc.subjectPeriodo embrionario.es
dc.subject.classificationTG 2019 MVZ 14411es
dc.subject.otherEmbryonic losses
dc.subject.otherGestationes
dc.subject.otherBlastocystes
dc.subject.otherEstrous cycleses
dc.subject.otherEmbryonic periodes
dc.titlePerdida embrionaria en bovinos.es
dc.rights.licenseAtribución – Sin Derivares
dc.publisher.departmentIbaguées
dc.publisher.programMedicina veterinaria y zootecniaes
dc.type.spaTrabajos de grado - Pregradoes
dc.creator.mailnicolas.ortizg@campusucc.edu.coes
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