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conceptus

 [kon-sep´tus]
the whole product of conception at any stage of development, from fertilization of the ovum to birth, including extraembryonic membranes as well as the embryo or fetus.

con·cep·tus

(kon-sep'tŭs), Avoid the incorrect plural concepti.
The products of conception or fertilization, that is, embryo or fetus, placenta, and membranes; all structures that develop from the zygote.

conceptus

(kən-sĕp′təs)
n.
The product of conception at any point between fertilization and birth, especially the embryo and the extraembryonic membranes.

conceptus

The embryo/fetus and extraembryonic tissues from fertilization to birth

con·cep·tus

, pl. conceptus (kŏn-sep'tŭs)
The products of conception (i.e., fetus, placenta, embryo, and fetal membranes).

conceptus

The product of CONCEPTION.
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The role of the progesterone and conceptus derived factors in uterine biology during early pregnancy in ruminants.
Study population--pregnancy outcomes and characteristics of mother and conceptus, Rio de Janeiro, Niteroi (RJ center) and Sao Paulo (SP center), Brazil, 2011.
To test the hypothesis that morphological ultrasound features and growth profile of conceptus development in non-cyclic recipient mares are similar to those found in cyclic recipients or mated/inseminated mares, the aims of this study were to describe and compare embryo and fetal development, from 15 to 60 days of age, of donor mares' conceptuses transferred to altrenogest treated non-cyclic recipient or non-treated cyclic recipient mares.
This is the time of the highest IFN[tau] production by the conceptus, just before implantation; therefore, the interactions between LPA and IFN[tau] cannot be excluded.
It is also assumed that this reflects the potential risk to the conceptus in utero for the second and third trimesters and part of the first trimester, although the authors acknowledge that there are uncertainties with this estimate.
Therapeutic ERCP and pregnancy : is the radiation risk for the conceptus trivial?
As a result, Conceptus will soon become a wholly-owned Bayer subsidiary, it added.
Conceptus makes Essure, an irreversible birth control method in which small metal and polyester coils are inserted to block a woman's fallopian tubes.
Meanwhile, Conceptus reported on Monday that its net income in the first quarter of this year was 1.9 million dollars, or 5 cents per fully diluted share, after logging a net loss of 2.8 million dollars in the same period of 2012.
As his thinking on Suarez matured, however, Doyle modified Gilson's original appraisal to follow Rolf Darge's exegesis as presented in his Suarez' transzendentale Seinsauslegung with a particular focus on the difference between the Suarezian confused concept of being and the Scotistic conceptus simpliciter simplex.