polyovular

pol·y·ov·u·lar

(pol'ē-ov'yū-lăr),
Containing more than one oocyte (ovum).

polyovular

/poly·ov·u·lar/ (-ov´u-lar) pertaining to or produced from more than one oocyte, as in dizygotic twins.

pol·y·ov·u·lar

(pol'ē-ov'yū-lăr)
Containing more than one oocyte (ovum).

polyovular

pertaining to or produced from more than one ovum, as polyovular twins.
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Mice mutant in the DM domain gene Dmrt4 are viable and fertile but have polyovular follicles.
This is independent of anatomical and physiological nature of the ovaries because the porcine is a polyovular species and has a mulberry type ovary containing large number of antral follicles in their cortex.