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Noun1.cyclicity - the quality of recurring at regular intervals
regularity - the quality of being characterized by a fixed principle or rate; "he was famous for the regularity of his habits"
regular recurrence, rhythm - recurring at regular intervals
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Moving forward, Saavedra said this new segment would even out the natural cyclicity in the construction business and help build a stronger and more stable portfolio for Megawide in the years to come.
Hence, cows must return to ovarian cyclicity, express estrus and be bred within 85 days postpartum to achieve ICI of 365 days.
Therefore, the first objective of this study was to determine the biological (cow parity, BCS, resumption of postpartum cyclicity, timed AI, peri- and postpartum disorders, and calving to first service interval) and environmental (herd, year, and AI season) factors limiting FSC rate in Korean dairy herds.
Melatonin treatment may be able to restore menstrual cyclicity in women with PCOS: a pilot study.
Among their topics are the provenance and alteration of feldspathic and quartzose sediments in southern Mexico: an application of Krynine's hypothesis on second-cycle arkose, the paleomagnetism and rotation history of the Blue Mountains in Oregon, Late Cenozoic uplift and shortening in the central California Coast Ranges and the development of the San Joaquin Basin foreland, local-to-distance provenance cyclicity of the southern Front Range in central Colorado: insights from detrial zircon geochronology, and Cenozoic basin evolution in the Indus-Yarlung suture zone and High Himalaya.
Polycystic ovary syndrome should be considered in female patients with type 2 diabetes and treated with metformin together with lifestyle changes to address menstrual cyclicity and hyperandrogenism, the authors recommended.
The cyclicity approach makes a different prediction: gender of D [GEN_] has no access to the lower n [FEM].
Two major physiologic factors which influence reproductive success in the postpartum dairy cow are: ovarian cyclicity and uterine health.
Estrus behavior in both groups did not present significant differences (P > 0.05), with the organic cows returning to cyclicity 4 d earlier (TABLE III).