fertilisation


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Researchers at the university's School of Biosciences found that when sperm are treated with progesterone in the presence of Nifedipine, the fertilisation processes are halted.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority revealed the success rates of all licensed centres treating infertility in the UK.
Speaking to a conference of Anglican bishops in Perth in March, Archbishop Carnley urged the church to take into account recent scientific research which showed that fertilisation is not the same as conception.
Both the time limits and consent provisions for the use of embryos in the 1990 Act apply only to embryos created through fertilisation, not ones created through cloning.
The clinic then dispatches the frozen embryos through the post back to the childless couple via a Human Fertilisation and Embryology Association licensed clinic.
They found that rates of fertilisation - when the egg and sperm join together to make an embryo - and levels of estradiol in the women's blood were significantly higher in spring.
For the 10-15% of couples who have difficulty conceiving, in vitro fertilisation is a commonly used option.
Maternal variability in the blacklip abalone, Haliotis rubra Leach (Mollusca: Gastropoda): effect of egg size on fertilisation success.
Three appeal judges ruled that an organism created by cloning techniques was covered by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act, bringing the controversial method of nuclear cell replacement under regulatory control.