fertile period


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  • noun

Synonyms for fertile period

the time in the menstrual cycle when fertilization is most likely to be possible (7 days before to 7 days after ovulation)

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Males sang at higher average song rates and peak song rates in the fertile period than in either the incubation or nestling periods but also sang at significantly higher rates in incubation than during the nestling stage (Tukey HSD posttest; Fig.
However, more women in 2012 than in 1997 incorrectly reported that the fertile period is right after a woman's period has ended (18 percent versus 12 percent) or that there is no specific time during the menstrual cycle when a woman is more likely to become pregnant (34 percent versus 19 percent).
We hypothesize that male 1 and male 2 provided parental care to this brood because both attempted to copulate with the female during her fertile period.
OvuSense is a fertility monitor that accurately identifies and predicts a woman's fertile period to help couples trying to conceive.
Looking backward from the fraught politics of Bangladesh today, one is struck by the incredibly fertile period of democratic activity that took place in the 1930s and 1940s.
Egyptian Ala'a Negm says he puts the fertile period down to the change in weather.
OvuSense[TM] offers a reliable predictor of the whole fertile period by using a specially developed software programme that interprets information collected from the individual woman to give her individualised predictions.
Cooler heads should look, instead, to Muslim Spain, Al-Andalus, which shone in Europe from the 8th century until the 15th century -- a fertile period of cultural brilliance that paved the way for the Western Renaissance, as well as an inspiring paradigm of convivencia, or coexistence.
Cooler heads should look, instead, to Muslim Spain, Al-Andalus, which shone in Europe from the eighth century until the fifteenth century - a fertile period of cultural brilliance that paved the way for the Western Renaissance, as well as an inspiring paradigm of convivencia, or coexistence.
The Ullens Collection encapsulates the evolution of creative ideologies and artistic dialogues between some of the greatest artists in the most fertile period in contemporary Chinese art history.
Although not on a par with some of the books of his most fertile period in the three decades at the end of the last century, Nemesis is, in some ways, vintage Roth.
He continued: "And this is a fertile period for scapegoat extremism, with all the classic hallmarks for racism and fascism: the aftermath of an economic recession and a new government bent upon big cuts in jobs and public services.
Biologists Mark Farmer and Andrea Habura point out in their paper that unicellular protistan evolution lasted 1 billion years, providing the genomic diversity from which multicellular organisms arose during that remarkably fertile period.
In 2007 based on statistics from 18 dancers over 60 days during which they performed 5,300 lap dances, it was noted that female lap dancers earned the highest tips around the time of ovulation, during the most fertile period of their menstrual cycle.