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corpus

1. The principal of a bond. For example, securities dealers create zero-coupon Treasury receipts by purchasing a regular Treasury bond and separating the interest coupons from the corpus. See also coupon stripping.
2. The principal amount of an estate or trust.
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PMF: Pri-Mordial Follicles; PF: Primary Follicles: PAF: Pre-Antral Follicles; AF: Antral Follicles; CF: Cystic Follicles; CL: Corpus Luteum.
Corpus luteum diameter and embryo developmental stage are associated with pregnancy rate: data analysis from 17,521 embryo transfers from a commercial in vitro bovine embryo production program.
Effect of hCG administration during corpus luteum establishment on subsequent corpus luteum development and circulating progesterone concentrations in beef heifers.
The term ovarian triad" refers to the follicle, oocyte, and corpus luteum in the primate menstrual cycle (Goodman and Hodgen, 1983).
Changes in prostaglandin secretion by the regressing bovine corpus luteum.
The information from the ovarian map was entered in Excel 2010 spreadsheets, in order to organize the information corresponding to the following variables: length of the estrous cycle, number of follicular waves during the estrous cycle, day of emergence and number of follicles recruited in each wave, day and diameter of the deviation of the dominant follicle (18), maximum diameter reached by the preovulatory follicle and corpus luteum, day and diameter in which the luteal regression began (determined as the second consecutive day in which the diameter of the structure reduces; 18).
By the time the embryos have reached stage 4, the granulosa cells have invaded the cavity and the corpus luteum has become a more compact structure.
While the Graafian follicle is indeed the dominant follicle that releases the egg, after releasing the egg, the Graafian follicle does not migrate and attach to the uterine wall, as stated in the article, rather it turns into the corpus luteum, and is part of the ovary.
In the ovarian sections, the number of atretic follicles and regressing corpus luteum that retained at least one caspase-3-positive cell was counted and divided by the total number of follicles and corpus luteum, respectively, in order to calculate the incidence (percentage) of follicular atresia and luteal regression.
9 Case Amount of Surgery Require Blood hemoperitoneum second transfusion surgery 1 (a) 2000 cc + 800 cc Suturing Yes (SOF) 8 U FFP 3 U RBC 2 * (b) 800 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 2 U RBC 3 * (b) 1500 cc Suturing No 7 U FFP 3 U RBC 4 (a) 2000 cc SOF No 8 U FFP 4 U RBC 5 (a) 3000 cc SOF No 8 U FFP 6 U RBC 6 (b) (c) 3500 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 4 U RBC 7 * (b) 1900 cc Suturing No 4 U FFP 2 U RBC 8 * (a) 2400 cc Suturing No 5 U FFP 4 U RBC 9 2300 cc Suturing No 6 U FFP 4 U RBC 10 * (c) (a) 1800 cc SOF No 4 U FFP 3 U RBC * Patients receiving concomitant 80mg/day aspirin therapy; (b) Patients had a history of previous surgery for ruptured corpus luteum, (c) Patients with regular cardiology visit; (a) Patients had a ruptured corpus luteum on the right side.
35 ng/mL), which was assumed to be due to increased follicular development, followed by ovulation and corpus luteum formation or leutinization of Graafian follicles under estrogen-like activity of the plant extract.
Results related to oocyte diameter, antral follicles, corpus luteum and the germinal epithelium Average oocyte diameter decreased significantly in diabetic rats as compared to diabetic + extract of Artemisia 300mg/kg show.