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intromission

 [in″tro-mish´un]
the entrance of one part or object into another.

in·tro·mis·sion

(in'trō-mish'ŭn),
The insertion or introduction of one part into another.
[intro- + L. mitto, to send]

intromission

/in·tro·mis·sion/ (-mish´un) the entrance of one part into another.

intromission

[-mish′ən]
the insertion of one object into another, such as the introduction of the penis into the vagina.

intromission

Sexology Insertion of one part–eg, the penis, into another–eg, the vagina

in·tro·mis·sion

(in'trō-mish'ŭn)
The insertion or introduction of one part into another.
[intro- + L. mitto, to send]

intromission

the entrance of one part or object into another.
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Effects of di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) treatment on female interest in males and latency to intromission and ejaculation.
In relation to saline group, 4 or 8 nmol ghrelin significantly increased the mount, intromission and ejaculation latencies.
Intromission patterns can be distinguished behaviorally from mounts with penetration by the presence of deep thrust and springing dismount.
Intromission behavior: Intromission latency (IL) was calculated as the time when first intromission was observed after introduction of female in the cage.
Copulatory behavior of male rat is characterized by a series of mounts with or without vaginal intromission from the rear of the female approximately once in every 30 to 120 sec, that eventually culminates in ejaculation.
Together with the general concept of "illegal intromission," Organic Law 1/1982 (Seventh article) specifically lists the actions that shall always be considered illegal intromissions that, for our purposes (image rights) shall be:
Intromission and ejaculation proceed quickly once the male mounts the female.
2) Intromission latency (IL): time from introduction of the female to the first intromission (vaginal penetration);
The neurobehavioral alterations quantified in the studies they reviewed include activity level, aggression, mounting frequency, and completed intromissions.
The test was conducted in a clear Plexiglas arena (70 x 35 x 40 cm high), where a male rat was placed for a 5-min period and was allowed two intromissions with a stimulus non-experimental female to ensure his sexual vigor.