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The percentage of fecundation with respect to the control Each microplate was divided into four sections; three sections were used for the pesticides test (with five replicates for each concentration), and one section was used for a seawater control with 12 replicates.
Priebe, "Mutual Fecundation: The Creative Interplay of Texts and New Contexts," in Karen L.
via formation of embryos without fecundation, and reconstituting a diploid meiotic mother cell during sporogenesis.
After conducting the interviews, the researcher left the room with the impression that the women had been talking about their pregnancies as though it were disconnected from sexual intercourse; in other words, these women de-potentiate the sexual act as possible fecundation. The denial of pregnancy is serving, in these cases, as a shield against a traumatic condition, as recognizing the sexual act would provoke an intense anxiety.
The use of rams with greater testicular development, and consequently with high fecundation capacity, is important to ensure good reproductive efficiency of the flock (MAIA, 2002; EMSEN, 2005).
Further, Kristeva demonstrates that blood can never be understood apart from gender, since "blood, as a vital element, also refers to women, fertility, and the assurance of fecundation" (96).
Since the spermatozoids solution injected lacks these constituents, the fecundation process might be negatively affected.
The Imperatoxin I completely inhibited both fecundation and ookinete formation within in vitro micromolar concentrations [53].
In humans, this occurs on day 28 after fecundation. In addition, the VPA-treated rats have shown disruption in social interactions, altered levels of serotonin, different sensitivity to pain stimuli and repetitive and stereotype behavior (43,48-50) such as those reported in autism.
To biological stabilization of Nitrogen in roots, the corn fecundation was done by using related bacteria in each of attendances.
One opinion identifies two unequal periods: the embryonal period, between fecundation and the first two months of pregnancy or ten weeks from the amenoree when the organs and members of the embryo are forming and the period after the first two months or four and a half months of pregnancy and until giving birth when the organs are developing and maturing and on twenty-two weeks from the amenoree when it reaches 500 g and is considered viable.
In his book The Semiaquatic Bugs, Andersen (1982) established the phylogeny of Gerromorpha, and diagnosed the clade on presence of three pairs of cephalic trichobothria inserted in deep cuticular pits; quadrangular mandibular levers; pretarsi with one dorsal and one ventral arolium, and the female genital tract with a gynatrial complex, including a long tubular spermatheca and a secondary fecundation canal.