unfertilised


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Adj.1.unfertilised - not having been fertilized; "an unfertilized egg"
infertile, sterile, unfertile - incapable of reproducing; "an infertile couple"
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Slow-cooling was not as effective when freezing unfertilised eggs or embryos at the blastocyst stage of development," he said.
The different treatments were as follows: Tl, unfertilised control; T2, 100% RDs of inorganic NPK; T3, reduced (50%) RD of inorganic N and P+100% K.
Apart from being sold unfertilised eggs, he realised the incubator had technical hitches due to the extreme temperatures in Kisumu.
It covers established techniques, including freezing unfertilised eggs and embryo preservation, as well as others such as the freezing and transplantation of ovarian tissue.
Elaborating on the process, he said: "The procedure to store a women's unfertilised eggs takes around two-three weeks to complete.
Basically, egg freezing is a method to store a women's unfertilised eggs.
unfertilised eggs, fungal attack); the integrity of the egg mass was not affected.
Unfertilised mouse eggs are treated with chemicals to trick them into becoming fake embryos, called parthenogenote embryos Mouse sperm injected in the parthenogenote embryos stops them dying and turns them into normal embryos 2 Embryos develop into healthy, fertile mice, which went on to have children of their own and then grandchildren
uk 1 Unfertilised mouse eggs are treated with chemicals to trick them into becoming fake embryos, called parthenogenote embryos 3 Embryos develop into healthy, fertile mice, which go on to have children of their own and then grandchildren 2 Mouse sperm injected in the parthenogenote embryos stops them dying and turns them into normal embryos
According to his observations, the mother tree frog feeds her tadpoles (pictured below) her own unfertilised eggs until they turn into froglets.
Mrs G had The first chick | already laid three unfertilised eggs by the time a new male, Aran, arrived at the site.
Therefore, if an unfertilised human ovum whose division and further development have been stimulated by parthenogenesis did not, in itself, have the inherent capacity of developing into a human being, it would not constitute a 'human embryo' under the Directive.