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Figure 1 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Figure 1

From: Placentation in the paca (Agouti paca L)

Figure 1

Schematic drawing of the paca placenta. The labyrinth is divided into lobes separated by interlobular trophoblast. Beneath it is found the subplacenta and then the decidua. There is a tenuous attachment to the uterine wall, the pedicle or mesoplacenta. An inverted yolk sac placenta is present throughout gestation.

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