reproductive organ


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Synonyms for reproductive organ

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1999) and because this is a sensitive time point for disruption of reproductive organs by prenatal estrogen exposure.
She said that the team originally discounted the bone as the reproductive organ because they thought it was part of the pelvic gurdle.
At high doses, azole fungicides and other azole compounds affect reproductive organs, fertility, and development in several species.
The relationship between exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDs) and risk to reproductive organs is well documented, but the influence of EDs on behavioral development has not been studied.
Low-dose bisphenol A also interfered with the normal development of the offspring's reproductive organs.
The actress, 39, who carries a cancercausing gene, revealed she is having an early menopause after choosing to have her reproductive organs removed as a preventative measure.
In most cases, such specimens are 'discovered' in museum collections by a researcher who is carefully examining reproductive organs of insects under the microscope and stumbles across a specimen with both male and female characteristics," Weintraub said .
Experts found growth restriction in the womb could affect reproductive organs.
and Barbieri (OB/GYN, Brigham & Women's Hospital) offer this compendium on the molecular physiology of the reproductive organs.
The girls each have a separate heart, lungs, stomach and spinal cord but share most organs below the navel including intestine, bladder and reproductive organs.
THE seven- member medical team that conducted a gender determination test on 2006 Asian Games gold medallist Pinki Pramanik on Tuesday said she has both male and female reproductive organs.
However, without proper treatment the infection could spread to your reproductive organs causing pelvic inflammatory disease, which could lead to long-term fertility problems.
Animals were killed and reproductive organs were excised and weighed.
Topics include sex, libido, hormones, how reproductive organs work, orgasms, sexually-transmitted diseases, contraceptives, bacterial infections, talking to doctors, exams needed at different ages, understanding medical tests, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, and problems like endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic inflammatory disease, cancer, irritable bowel syndrome, and urinary tract infections.
It occurs when the internal reproductive organs - the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries - become infected, often by a sexually-transmitted disease.
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