Proestrus - estrous cycle, Biology

Proestrus - Estrous cycle

This precedes the next heat and is characterised by functional involution of the corpora lutea and preovulatory swelling of the follicles. Fluid collects in the uteri and they become highly contractile. The vaginal smear is dominated by nucleated epithelial cells, which occur singly or in sheets.

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