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Synonyms for reproduction

recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall

copy that is not the original

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the act of making copies

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Clinical lead for the assisted reproduction unit, Hany Mostafa said: "Christmas is a very special time and we're delighted to be celebrating with so many families at our annual event.
Over the last 17 years it has become the largest firm serving the Assisted Reproduction Insurance Industry.
A study accepted for publication in the renowned scientific journal Fertility & Sterility, confirms that a revolutionary and clinically certified technology can substantially increase the success rate in assisted reproduction.
In the era of assisted reproduction technologies, it is now possible to bypass several steps of normal human fertilization using immotile, non-viable, or immature sperm.
A graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut, and a member of the American Bar Association, Assisted Reproduction Technology Committee, Robert T.
While poor sperm count (41 percent) paled a major role in male infertility, female infertility was caused mainly by polycystic ovarian disorder or PCOD (40 percent), said Dr Hrishikesh Pai, from Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR).
Because of the risks, assisted reproduction technology clients need to be adequately informed of the possible implications of achieving pregnancy beyond age 50, so that they are
The third updated edition of Bioethics: A Primer for Christians offers many new insights into abortion, assisted reproduction, the latest genetic advancements, and their relevance and impact upon Christian thinking, and remains a 'must' for any Christian collection concerned with scholarly assessments of new technologies.
The ruling, which can be appealed, puts pressure on Italy to change its law and several Italian politicians renewed their calls for a change in the laws on assisted reproduction.
FIVE million IVF babies have been born worldwide since the era of assisted reproduction dawned in 1978, it has been calculated.
The aim of Managing Intimacy and Emotions in Advanced Fertility Care is to consider the nature of advanced assisted reproduction (AR) roles in the 21st century and arises from the author's experiences as an infertility patient as well as her experiences in research and teaching in this field.
Summary: Women trying to get pregnant via IVF (in vitro fertilisation) or other assisted reproduction techniques do not reduce their chances of success if they are emotionally distressed, according to a large scale analysis published on Friday.
Experts led by Professor Jacky Boivin from the Cardiff Fertility Studies Research Group examined the effect of stress on women undergoing a single cycle of IVF or some sort of assisted reproduction.
Women undertaking assisted reproduction should be strongly encouraged to lose weight.
After an overview of key issues, there is material on the pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum periods, psychosocial aspects of fertility regulation, and spontaneous pregnancy loss, as well as women's mental health in the context of HIV/AIDS, infertility and assisted reproduction, and female genital mutilation.
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