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conception

(Beginning), noun concept, design, idea, ingenuity, invention, notion, original plan, origination, plan, thought

conception

(Insemination), noun beginning of life, fecundation, fecundity, fertilization, impregnation, inceppion of pregnancy, pregnancy, superimpregnation
See also: apprehension, arrangement, cognition, comprehension, concept, conviction, design, idea, impression, notion, perception, perspective, persuasion, plan, presumption, side, supposition, understanding, vision
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Conception rate (CR) is defined as the number of mares that are diagnosed pregnant between 30 to 45 days post-ovulation compared with the total number of mares bred.
Public Health England (PHE) welcome new figures showing the conception rate among under 18 year olds dropped by 9.
Detecting heats is important to securing a good conception rate to first service.
It can be milked by even children and has double conception rate than other national breeds and also has better fertility.
Public Health Wales and health boards had set up Project Jiwsi to give young people access to contraceptive and sexual health services for young people but the teenage conception rate here was below the national average and the fifth lowest in the country.
The conception rate among under 18-year-old's In England was 41.
Kirklees is among the 89% of local authorities to have seen an overall reduction in under 18 conception rates between 1998 and 2006 but there is still work to do if the Government target of a 50% reduction by 2010 is to be met.
The conception rate in specific subgroups relating to the number of follicles observed in the IUI arm was also compared to the GIFT arm with Fisher's exact test.
Contraception is not lowering the conception rate because youngsters are inefficient in using it.
2][alpha] (PGF) and gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) (termed "Ovsynch") is an effective timed artificial insemination (TAI) protocol for increasing heat detection rate and conception rate (2, 3).
Sir David Carter, Scotland's Chief Medical Officer, said: "A worrying trend is the doubling in nine years of the conception rate in 13-year-old girls.

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