conception rate


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conception rate

n
(Veterinary Science) vet science the success rate of artificial insemination in agricultural animals, usually expressed as a percentage
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Conception rate in first, second and foal heat mated mares under subtropical conditions of Pakistan First mated oestrus * Conception Breed No.
The conception rate for people under 18 in the county between 1998 and 2012 has dropped 32% to 28.
New Office of National Statistics (ONS) figures show conception rate among under 18 year olds dropped in 2012.
Data from the Office for National Statistics reveals that the under-18 conception rate remains the lowest since 1969 at 27.
Yet the UK average for conception rate to first service is just 48%.
The Minister said the government has selected the Achai cow for its better characteristics, good weather adaptability, suitability for the area, high fertility and good conception rate.
In intent-to-treat analysis, the cumulative conception rate after 3 cycles was significantly higher in the MMN group than in the folic acid group (66.
Public Health Wales consultant, Siobhan Jones, said that although the conception rate had "steadily fallen", there was variation within local authority areas.
Obese women have a reduced conception rate and reduced response to fertility treatment.
The UK has the highest teenage conception rate In western Europe while official figures released last month show that Birmingham's teenage pregnancy rate Is well above the national average.
The conception rate among girls aged 15 to 17 in Kirklees rose from 43.
The conception rate in this study included all biochemical pregnancies and conception was diagnosed if the serum [beta]-hCG was positive on day 12 and if the values had doubled on day 16 after insemination.
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