Reproductive organs


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Reproductive organs

The group of organs (including the testes, ovaries, and uterus) whose purpose is to produce a new individual and continue the species.
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Some reasons why different species rarely mate: They have different genes, may not understand each other's mating behavior, or have incompatible reproductive organs.
These are your reproductive organs, and you really shouldn't ignore anything that seems amiss.
No significant changes in prostate or other reproductive organ weights in any of the three generations of laboratory rats tested at any dose level;
In writings about the history of gender in the early modern period, few notions have had an impact so immediate and general as that of the so-called one-sex model," the idea of an equivalence or rather homology between male and female reproductive organs.
We've known for a long time about the deep-rooted racism and sexism of medical care: the bias toward under-treating blacks or sterilizing them without consent, the tendency to view women's illnesses as psychosomatic and their reproductive organs as throw-away parts.
HYSTERECTOMY/OOPHORECTOMY: The removal of female reproductive organs and gonads.
Females may be more prone to this since their bodies were designed to protect the reproductive organs.
All embryos start off more female than male, and they all begin to develop female reproductive organs.
Instead of removing the reproductive organs, endometrial ablation is performed with a scope inserted into the uterus that is equipped with either a roller ball or a U-shaped wire on the end.
Defining weeds as plants that interfere with the interests of humans, Kraehmer and Baur, both with a large German chemical company, describe characteristics of any plant than allow them to survive and proliferate in arable field situations, such as stolons, rhizomes, bulbs, tubers, buds on roots, seed morphology, and reproductive organs.
The technique involves extracting the cells responsible for producing sperm and eggs from a bird embryo then injecting them into the reproductive organs of a chicken embryo.
They included information about eunuchs, who either lost their reproductive organs in accidents or underwent castration to gain early access to the palace.

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