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Synonyms for gonad

a gland in which gametes (sex cells) are produced

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Clinical and gonadal features and early surgical management of 45,X/46,XY and 45,X/47,XYY chromosomal mosaicism presenting with genital anomalies.
Most of the secondary sexual characteristics do not develop, and menses are absent in the majority of phenotypically female patients with pure gonadal dysgenesis.
Changes in gonadal size measured during the present study are shown in fig 1.
Further diagnostic workup with tumor markers and gonadal examination may be warranted in some patients.
Effects of gonadal steroids on activities of monoaminooxidase and choline acetylase in the brain.
Clinical and pathologic spectrum of 46,XY gonadal dysgenesis: Its relevance to the understanding of sex differentiation.
Oyster gonadal tissue development and spawning occur at different temperatures (Loosanoff 1949), and knowing these values is extremely important for improving storage conditions and maturation procedures in laboratory (Utting 1993, Chavez-Villalba et al.
All the study subjects, who were blinded to their medication assignments, were assessed every 4 weeks for the duration of the study for gonadal steroid levels, physical function, health status, vitality, and sexual function.
It acts synergetically with LH to control gonadal functions.
Bunlar, biyolojik faktorler (kortizol artisi, enflamasyon artisi, katekolamin artisi, gonadal steroid azalmasi), davranissal faktorler (sigara kullanimi, fiziksel aktivite azalmasi, alkol kullanimi) ve antidepresif ilac ve komorbiditeler (dusme riski artisi) olarak aciklanmistir.
Anti-Mullerian hormone was reported to be an important predictor and marker of gonadal Function in women that underwent chemotherapy for HL (21)
1) Furthermore, the absence of gonadal vein valves and abnormal collaterals between the renal and gonadal veins have been suggested as contributing factors.
It is reported that rhythmical secretion of melatonin by the pineal gland subsequently induces physiological, metabolic and gonadal changes in fish (Koger et al.