Weaning

Separating calves from their dams so that the offspring can no longer suckle.
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Weaning

Weaning is the process of gradually introducing a mammal infant to what will be its adult diet and withdrawing the supply of its mother`s milk. The process takes place only in mammals, as only mammals produce milk. The infant is considered to be fully weaned once it no longer receives any breast milk (or bottled substitute). ==Weaning in human in....
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weaning

(from the article `lactation`) Milk can be regarded as an emulsion of fat globules in a colloidal solution of protein together with other substances in true solution. Two ... The ideal food for the young infant is human milk, though infant formula is an adequate substitute. Babies can usually be weaned after they are six ... [2 relat...
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weaning

(wēn´ing) the discontinuing of breastfeeding. the ending of dependency on something. mechanical ventilatory weaning helping a patient to breathe without the aid of a mechanical ventilator.
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weaning

[n] - the act of substituting other food for the mother`s milk in the diet of a child or young mammal
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Weaning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wean
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weaning

ablactation noun the act of substituting other food for the mother`s milk in the diet of a child or young mammal
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Weaning

Gradually leading young animals to be less dependant on their mother's milk and become independant and eat solid foods.
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Weaning

Kittens learn to eat food, not depending on the milk of their mother.
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weaning

Permanent deprivation of breast milk and commencement of nourishment with other food. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Weaning

removal of young mammals from their source of milk.
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Weaning

Separating calves from their dams so that the offspring can no longer suckle.
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Weaning

the gradual process where the puppies are changed over from mother's milk to solid foods.
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Weaning

The process of gradually decreasing and then fully stopping breastfeeding an infant. The infant will switch from breastmilk to solid foods and other sources of nourishment.
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Weaning

The process of removing the pigs from the sow and moving them to the nursery.
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Weaning

The process of removing the pigs from the sow and moving them to the nursery.
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Weaning

To separate the young from the doe; ending the nursing and lactating period
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weaning

Type: Term Pronunciation: wēn′ing Definitions: 1. Transition of the human infant from breast-feeding or bottle nursing and commencement of nourishment with other food. 2. Gradual withdrawal of a patient from dependency on a life-support system or other form of therapy. 3. Gradual elimination of physical or psychological dependence on a h...
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Weaning

When you take young rabbits away from the mother and their transition to solid food.
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