Definition of Pluriparous. Meaning of Pluriparous. Synonyms of Pluriparous

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Definition of Pluriparous

Pluriparous
Pluriparous Plu*rip"a*rous, a. [Pluri- + L. parere to bring forth.] Producing several young at a birth; as, a pluriparous animal.

Meaning of Pluriparous from wikipedia

- are described as "pluriparous". Those that have given birth twice may also be described as "secondiparous", in which case "pluriparous" is applied to those...
- parental, parity, parturiency, parturient, parturifacient, parturition, pluriparous, postpartum, primipara, primiparous, repertoire, repertory, semelparity...
- for primiparous, 506 ± 205 L for secondiparous, and 539 ± 228 L for pluriparous, nannies,: 384  with an average of 3.24% fat and 3.13% protein.: 327 ...
- one source as an average 147 litres for primiparous, and 209–214 l for pluriparous, ewes; another gives 270 l per lactation of 200 days, excluding the first...
- about 120 ± 32 litres per lactation for primiparous, and 138 ± 45 l for pluriparous, ewes; it may reach 300–350 l per lactation. The milk has on average...
- primiparous, 307 ± 141 litres for secondiparous, and 358 ± 160 litres for pluriparous, nannies; it may reach 500–600 kg in 300 days. The milk has an average...
- 100 days for primiparous ewes, and about 130 ± 30 l in 180 days for pluriparous ones. The milk has 6.4% fat and 5.0% protein. Lambs are usually slaughtered...
- averages 76 ± 21 litres in 180 days for primiparous, and 99 ± 37 L for pluriparous, ewes. The milk has 7% fat and 6.5% protein. Lambs are usually slaughtered...
- 50 litres in 100 days for primiparous ewes, and 88–98 l in 180 days for pluriparous ones. The milk averages 6.5% fat and 5.6% protein. Lambs weigh 9.5–9...
- in 180 days for primiparous, and 200 to 220 L (53 to 58 US gal) for pluriparous, ewes. Barbara Rischkowsky, D. Pilling (eds.) (2007). List of breeds...