monovulatory

monovulatory

[mənō′vyələtôr′ē]
Etymology: Gk, monos + L, ovulum, small egg, orius, characterized by
routinely releasing one ovum during each ovarian cycle. Compare diovulatory.
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Migration of blastocysts between the uterine horns is rare in monovulatory ewes and cows.