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For most oviparous invertebrate and vertebrate animals, the primary large yolk protein precursor is Vitellogenin (Vtg; Yamamura et al.
Hemidactylus frenatus is a small, oviparous, nocturnal gecko and an invasive species native to South Asia, which has been introduced worldwide (Case et al.
Generally, however, this bias is toward females rather than males, as energetic investments in oocyte production are generally greater than those for spermatozoa, particularly in a brooding larviparous species where reproductive investment is much greater than in oviparous females.
Reproduction: All members of the family Rajidae are oviparous (Wourms 1977, Carrier et al.
5) The oviparous females lay, according to their length, up to forty eggs of around two to three centimetres in the period June-August.
There was no sign of a developing larva in a mature egg that was projecting from the vaginal opening, which indicates that Karliella sexpunctata is an obligate oviparous species.
There again, some individuals behave as if they were the result of an oviparous birth, or busted out of a pod from planet Zog.
The species are oviparous, with females laying 10 to 50 eggs at a time.
Seyliorhinus canicula is an oviparous species with a high relative fecundity (Capape, 1977) and is a broad generalist in its diet (Olaso et al.
All viviparous quadrupeds have an esophagus and a windpipe, situated just as in human beings; similarly for oviparous quadrupeds and birds, although they differ in the forms of these parts.
From the main explaining parameters of the egg price in the province, parameters such as the price of creating oviparous hens, the price indicator using of dairy products and egg in the province and the average of the price of the egg in the country were selected and investigated because of existence of statics and data.
RW: Oviparous hermaphroditic fish with internal fertilization.