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A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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Perhaps the most prominent effect of developmental DES exposure in the reproductive tract of male mice is a permanent inability of the SVs to reach and maintain their normal size during adulthood.
As mentioned in earlier part, the testis of the male reproductive tract possesses P450Arom enzyme complex and thus is able to synthesize estrogens.
This supports other research in which scientists found the reproductive tract to be the primary source of smell (pheromone) that attracts bucks to does during the rut.
As sperm can survive in the female reproductive tract for at least five days, the best time to make love is in the five days before you ovulate and on the day of ovulation itself.
To fertilise an egg, sperm need to swim to reach the female reproductive tract but the research showed the ability to swim - known as motility - was severely affected.
In contrast, both proteins appeared to be cytoplasmic in intestine and reproductive tract.
If a man or woman has had surgery or injury to the reproductive tract or suspects a problem, they should get an early checkup from their urologist or gynecologist, respectively.
Researchers at the March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center at Stanford University took weekly samples of the microorganisms from the teeth and gums, saliva, reproductive tract, and stool from 49 pregnant women.
8%) had adenocarcinoma of female reproductive tract origin, two (2.
Watching 31 matings, the researchers determined that each slug extends its penis into the reproductive tract of the other, with mutual sperm delivery lasting nine minutes on average.
assemble 33 chapters by a group of gynecology, gynecologic oncology, obstetrics, and other specialists from the US and Canada, who present fundamental and emerging information on individual gynecologic cancers, evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, and the diagnosis, management, and treatment of specific reproductive tract malignancies, as well as a surgical atlas of key and minimally invasive procedures, staging, and advanced cytoreductive procedures.

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