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assisted reproduction

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The use of medical techniques, such as drug therapy, artificial insemination, or in vitro fertilization, to enhance fertility.
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Open Competition: PMN-2015/191 Provision of services for the artificial reproduction of aquatic biological resources in the fishery water bodies to compensate for damage caused by JSC Transneft - Privolga as a result of work on the conclusions of the Mid-Volga Territorial Administration Rosrybolovstva (4 / 7099 from 28.
The centre, which began operations in 1991, is one of the oldest in the emirate and the only government centre that provides a full range of artificial reproduction technology (ART) services in Dubai, said a statement.
London, May 17 ( ANI ): A new IVF procedure could benefit thousands of infertile couples, dramatically improving the success rate of having a baby through artificial reproduction.
The growth of the market is restrained by factors such as limited insurance cover, religious bans on artificial insemination procedures especially Islamic bans, risk of repeat procedures, traditional infertility treatments like the Chinese infertility treatments, ban on artificial reproduction procedures in European region and patent expiration of infertility drugs.
Covering a range of topics--from marriage, celibacy, infertility, artificial reproduction, homosexuality, gender identity, chastity, contraception, HIV, and condoms, to the population explosion and sex education in the context of rising rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases--the essays are thoroughly grounded in late 20th-century teachings of the Roman Catholic magisterium on sexuality and reproductive technologies, particularly Pope Paul VI's encyclical Humanae vitae (1968) and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith's instruction Donum vitae (1987), as well as the writings of Pope John Paul II.
50) Those of us who are interested in the legal and ethical problems of artificial reproduction may be eager to seize on the promise of technological imminence.
His letters were sent in response to the publication last July of the official rnock publication on artificial reproduction.
Although such as other fish farming industry it has been more focused towards the quality of eggs and fingerlings of Salmo trutta caspius rather than that of sperm, but one of the main problem in artificial reproduction of Salmo trutta caspius is the inadequate of fish sperm at the time of female spawning time.
In 1982 Scola was appointed to the faculty at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, created to defend Catholic teaching on issues such as divorce, artificial reproduction, cloning, homosexuality and abortion.
As technological advances in artificial reproduction are made the idea that God plays a role in procreation has increasingly been lost.
As technological advances in artificial reproduction are made, the idea that God plays a role in procreation has increasingly been lost.
Artificial reproduction in cultured water species--mostly fish but also some crustaceans--is reviewed by researchers and practitioners from around the world.