fertility


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Synonyms for fertility

ability to conceive

Synonyms

  • ability to conceive
  • potency
  • ability to have children
  • ability to have babies
  • ability to have young

Synonyms for fertility

Synonyms for fertility

the ratio of live births in an area to the population of that area

the property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth

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And this is the dissolution:-- In plants that grow in the earth, as well as in animals that move on the earth's surface, fertility and sterility of soul and body occur when the circumferences of the circles of each are completed, which in short-lived existences pass over a short space, and in long-lived ones over a long space.
Rivers abound, it is true; but this region is nearly destitute of brooks and the smaller water courses, which tend so much to comfort and fertility.
The general character of the United States, of the Canadas, and of Mexico, is that of luxuriant fertility.
Sikes, thus mutely appealed to; and possibly feeling his personal pride and influence interested in the immediate reduction of Miss Nancy to reason; gave utterance to about a couple of score of curses and threats, the rapid production of which reflected great credit on the fertility of his invention.
Put another way: Materialist theories would appear to come up short when pressed to account for the dimensions of fertility change registered in large parts of the Ummah over the past generation.
2005;83:1622-8) have previously recommended that all women be offered counseling and an opportunity to preserve their fertility before cancer therapy, but implementation appears to be mixed.
The Birth Registration Agency indicates that the fertility rate in Iran has fallen below the replacement level--that is, parents on average are not having enough children to replace those parents, pointing to an eventual decline in population if the low rate continues.
Fertility Scout(TM) Streamlines Identification of and Referrals to Fertility Preservation Services
The number of births per 1,000 women of childbearing age (15 to 50) within a year is a standard demographic measure known as the general fertility rate.
FERTILITY ROAD, Europe's leading fertility magazine welcomes media partners to share in the second year of their ground-breaking fertility feature that in 2014 produced three babies.
the leading cryobank specializing in long-term storage of human reproductive tissue (sperm, eggs, embryos and ovarian and testicular tissue), has reached an agreement with Sound Fertility Care.
In spite of large improvements in health care technologies and more access to reproductive health services during past decades, there are many reports on human fertility decline .
In September 2010, a mixed media exhibition was held at studio 77, windhoek, called "Images of Fertility and Abundance.
In "Wanted and Unwanted Fertility in Bolivia: Does Ethnicity Matter?