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The times from fertilisation to the following events were analysed: when two pronuclei were visible (2PN), pronuclear fading (PNF) occurred; when both pronuclei disappeared, the first cleavage, when the zygote divides into two cells (t2) was observed; and the cleavage giving rise to 3 to 9 cells was observed for the first time (t3 to t9, respectively).
Time-lapse imaging technology was used to calculate exact timing of early embryo cleavage events which included time to 2PN breakdown, cleavage to 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-cell and the time duration in the 2-,3-cell stage.
With an intricately-designed dress that looked formal and sexy at the same time, which made her cleavage looked bigger than ever before, it was not hard for her to make sure the crowd's attention will be on her.
The reality star captioned the picture as 'Quick swim before the Dash party' whilst flaunting her ample cleavage and toned abs in front of a mirror, Us Magazine reported.
We considered that mutations at the S1/S2 site could alter proteolytic cleavage and modify S fusogenic properties, leading to tropism expansion, systemic spread and, ultimately, FIP.
Bowman and Scott added reversible chain cleavage groups in a crosslinked polymer by introducing special functional groups into the chain network.
ClickPress, Mon Mar 25 2013] National Cleavage Day was created by Wonderbra to encourage women not to be ashamed of showing off their cleavage and to celebrate it instead.
UKPRwire, Mon Mar 25 2013] National Cleavage Day was created by Wonderbra to encourage women not to be ashamed of showing off their cleavage and to celebrate it instead.
A survey revealed that their biggest pet peeve has something to do with cleavage.
KATE MOSS There's a time and a place for cleavage and Alexander McQueen's memorial wasn't it.