ovarian cycle


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ovarian cycle

The monthly cycle by which eggs develop and are released from the ovary in females between puberty and the menopause.
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Although, apoptosis may be a very important event during the ovarian cycle of C.
Each September, which is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Newks Cares hosts the annual Ovarian Cycle" Jackson indoor cycling fundraising event.
The term menstruation and menses were derived from the Latin word; it means month.[1] Menstruation cycle is comprehended of two cycles, namely ovarian cycle and uterine cycle based on occurrences in the ovary and the uterus, respectively.[2] The ovarian cycle comprised three phases of follicular phase, ovulation, and luteal phase.
AMH is a robust biomarker and also independent of the ovarian cycle, with high predictability of both ovarian reserve and reproductive ageing.
(2) Menstrual period is a part of ovarian cycle in which series of changes occurs in the ovary, uterus, vagina and breast every 28 days.
2007) to coupled pharmacokinetic (PK) and ovarian cycle models; this provided a quantitative mechanistic link between exposure to mixtures of EDCs and their potential adverse effects on the menstrual cycle in women.
The first successful pregnancy after the application of PGD procedure on aneuploidy from naturally generated ovarian cycle was reported by the Reproductive Center in Toronto in the same year [46].
Newk's Eatery and participants in its Ovarian Cycle fundraiser generated more than $117,500 for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund in the inaugural year of IMewk's Cares campaign.
First short phase may be due to a short ovarian cycle and second phase may be due to a normal cycle.
We hypothesized that a relationship exists between the ovarian cycle and the use of the seminal receptacle contents, showing the evolutionary relationship between the seminal receptacle and the female reproductive system with the presence of spermatophores and spermatozoa, to promote reproductive success in this species.