fecundity


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the intellectual productivity of a creative imagination

the state of being fertile

the quality of something that causes or assists healthy growth

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Age-stage specific fecundity (fxj) explains mean number of eggs laid per adult female at age x and stage j per day (adult female of M.
To determine fecundity, the total egg mass of the female was detached carefully with the aid of dissection tweezers.
Relationship between total length and body weight, total length and fecundity, body weight and gonado-somatic index, body weight and fecundity were determined using Pearson's correlation.
Three estimates of fecundity were calculated: 1) by counting the number of oocytes in the largest group of oocytes in the ovaries, which were presumed to be the next litter; 2) by using total embryo count (candled and free-living embryos), and 3) by using counts of only free-living embryos.
Fecundity models were first run with continuous urinary concentrations to assess potential linear associations between urinary chemicals and fecundity then in quartiles to assess nonlinear relationships.
Fecundity: Fecundity was estimated from gravid females collected from the Umiam River throughout the study period, and was determined using the gravimetric method (Babiker & Ibrahim, 1979).
Density dependence of walleye maturity and fecundity in Big Crooked Lake, Wisconsin, 1997-2003.
Total 24 goats were confirmed as non pregnant through ultrasonography and were equally divided into three groups for undertaking fecundity improvement protocols.
The diets contained artificial ingredients significantly influenced oviposition and post-oviposition periods and fecundity of females [4,5].
KEY WORDS: Cancer pagurus, Crustacea, reproductive ecology, fecundity, chela loss, egg size, elemental composition, sustainable fisheries
Relationship between fecundity and fork length, weight, and age were calculated using equations LogFL = Loga + b x LogL, FW = a + b x W, and FA = a + b x A, respectively (Avsar, 2005).
Egg skeins were collected from 18 females to assess fecundity. The egg skeins (n = 18) were cut open under a dissecting scope and eggs were individually counted and verified by a second counter to insure accuracy.
Our study estimated the fecundity of 39 female Alabama shad from the Apalachicola River, Florida.