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luteal

 [loo´te-al]
pertaining to or having the properties of the corpus luteum or its active principle.

lu·te·al

(lū'tē-ăl),
Relating to the corpus luteum; luteal cells, luteal hormone, etc.
Synonym(s): luteus
[L. luteus, saffron-yellow]

luteal

/lu·te·al/ (loo´te-al) pertaining to or having the properties of the corpus luteum or its active principle.

luteal

(lo͞o′tē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving the corpus luteum.

luteal

[lo̅o̅′tē·əl]
pertaining to the corpus luteum or its functions or effects.

luteal

adjective Arising in or referring to the corpus luteum.

lu·te·al

(lū'tē-ăl)
Relating to the corpus luteum (e.g., luteal cells and hormones).
[L. luteus, saffron-yellow]

luteal

Pertaining to the CORPUS LUTEUM, its functions and its hormones, especially progesterone.

luteal

pertaining to or having the properties of the corpus luteum or its active principle.

luteal cyst
includes cystic corpora lutea, which are not evidence of ovarian malfunction, and luteinized cysts, which are usually anovulatory. The former can be identified by the presence of a palpable ovulation papilla. Animals with luteal cysts tend to be anestrus due to progesterone secreted by the cysts. See also luteal cyst.
luteal phase
the stage of the estrous cycle during which the effect of the corpus luteum dominates and the cow is anestrous because of the high levels of progesterone in the blood.
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In the long protocol, downregulation was achieved using GnRH analogues initiated at the start of the proceeding luteal phase, with dosing halved beginning on the day of hyperstimulation and continued until the day of hCG treatment.
However, the P4 AUC in the luteal phase after the 3rd ovulation with estrus, and the AUC for the CL formed after ovulation with estrus between 60 to 80 days after calving (the timing at which farmers generally attempt AI of cows) were significantly greater in the Se-supplemented cows than in the control (Figure 5B: p = 0.
Unfortunately, data from studies in the review were not comparable due to different luteal phase protocols used; therefore, the analysis missed the fact that luteal support is the factor which affects pregnancy rate and not the use of GnRH agonist trigger for final oocyte maturation (30).
Table-II shows peak and mid luteal E2 in all patients, good responders, and poor responders.
For MECPP, the third tertile showed significantly longer luteal phases than the second, but neither differed significantly from the first tertile.
Number of the symptoms present was noted on each day of luteal phase starting from day 14 of the same cycle, assuming total cycle length to be 28days.
La insuficiencia luteal o hipoluteinismo se caracteriza por una disminucion prematura en las concentraciones sericas de [P.
Under the influence of estrogen and progesterone, the endometrium regenerates in every menstrual cycle only to undergo spontaneous apoptosis at the end of the luteal phase.
Further studies are required to elaborate the relationship between ovarian and luteal activity during early pregnancy in conjunction with season of calving and milk yield in buffalo maintained under different management systems.
Luteal support was maintained by progesterone vaginal pessaries (Cyclogest 400mg) twice a day from the day of OPU.