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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Even though the business with international egg recipients is grounded in what Rose has called liberal eugenics, the everyday practices of those who select egg donors for the clinic's sex cell banks are deeply shaped by (post-)colonial ideas of white desirability.
5, 6) In contrast to the male human, who produces sex cells throughout the remainder of his life after puberty, a girl is born with all the sex cells she will ever produce.
Fertilize--the joining of a female sex cell and male sex cell to produce a new organism
Evening the odds Female flower parts may be able to influence their mix of suitors by delaying the starting gun that sends pollen racing toward female sex cells.
In some cases, the trisomy never occurs: DNA from a normal sex cell may never even integrate into a newly fertilized cell that already has two copies of that DNA segment.
Alcohol is an opponent of potency, triggers dying of sex cells, reduces the practicality of sperms and disrupts the bonds in between the mind and genitals.
Alcohol is an adversary of potency, triggers dying of sex cells, decreases the viability of sperms and interrupts the bonds between the mind and genital areas.
Alcohol is an adversary of effectiveness, triggers dying of sex cells, reduces the stability of sperms and interferes with the bonds between the brain and genital areas.
Contemporary medicine science takes an opportunity of using extracorporeal fertilization when a woman carries an embryo conceived by stranger's sex cells.
Earlier literature stated that mutated genes of sex cells are responsible for some developmental abnormalities; however, others can be induced by mechanical means or certain chemicals.
Nottinghamshire and Greater Manchester said they were looking into five alleged sex cells each.
Sex cells, or other stem cells which must be able to divide more than normal cells, have this feature.