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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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Mrs G had The first chick | already laid three unfertilised eggs by the time a new male, Aran, arrived at the site.
2]O fluxes from the unfertilised treatments was greater than from the fertilised treatment (Table 7), with the duration of the relative increase in flux from the fertilised treatments more sustained in 2008 than in 2007 (~60 days in 2008, compared with 12-40 days in 2007, depending on the treatment comparison).
77 (a) unfertilised oocytes/doe Dosages of pFSH per kg body weight Parameter pFSH-5 (5 mg) (Mean [+ or -] SEM) Number of does flushed 7 Average number of 7.
It involves removing the nucleus from an unfertilised egg, or the bundle of the mother's and father's nuclear DNA after fertilisation, and implanting it into the 'shell' of a healthy donor egg.
However, if it's unfertilised, just the empty glycoprotein is dropped - which on contact with moist ground will swell and give a clear slime-like substance.
It is not recorded whether Farouk liked his eggs boiled, fried, poached or scrambled, but with all the weight he gained towards the end of the monarchy, and his reputation for gambling and drinking and keeping mistresses, I'm guessing that if she had had a choice his second wife Narriman would have preferred her eggs unfertilised.
In Zambia, unfertilised maize yields near Faidherbia trees averaged 4.
However, when an unfertilised egg is injected with human PLCz, it responds exactly as it should do at fertilisation, resulting in successful embryo development to the blastocyst stage, vital to pregnancy success.
Nuclear transfer requires the nucleus of a cell from an individual to be inserted into the unfertilised egg (ovum) that has its own nucleus removed.
patient-specific embryonic stem cells to grow in unfertilised human egg cells
IVF is a laboratory procedure in which sperm is placed with an unfertilised egg in a Petri dish to achieve fertilisation.
Unfertilised, the soils can support acidic grasslands rich in moderately nutritious grasses like bents and fescues.