egg harvesting

The act of obtaining human eggs from a female donor. The usual format for egg harvesting consists of inserting a long needle through the vaginal wall and aspirating tissue from the ovaries

egg harvesting

Reproduction medicine The obtention of human eggs from a ♀ donor; the normal format for EH consists of inserting a long needle through the vaginal wall and aspirating tissue from ovaries. See Artificial reproduction, Egg brokerage, Egg donation.
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Because mating pairs laid but one egg per year, between the overhunting and egg harvesting, reproduction could not sustain the birds' numbers, which then declined precipitously, with the last known pair being killed in June 1844.
Information on use of containers and padding material in egg harvesting was needed to refine the CFv-n estimation method.
To our doctor's great shock, and despite the control drugs, Vicky ovulated on the table during egg harvesting.
All medical procedures carry a risk, but most practitioners categorise egg harvesting as low-risk.
Hunting and egg harvesting of birds (regardless of closed/open hunting season);
This past year has seen some very specialized, out-of-the-box employee benefits appear--such as egg harvesting.
It provides reviews of a variety of initiatives, including waste and community enterprises in Ireland, low impact housing projects in the UK, community level renewable energy development in the UK and South Korea, gardening initiatives in Berlin, and community-based conservation and sustainability efforts such as sea turtle egg harvesting in Costa Rica.
The researchers say their analysis of the age-specific, long-term effects of chemotherapy provides new insights that will help patients and clinicians make more informed decisions about future reproductive options, such as egg harvesting.
80 min) was required for egg harvesting from glass cage, than from other types of cages.
The exact cause is not clear, but turtle egg harvesting, coastal gillnet fishing and longline fishing have been blamed.
Most of the time, they are the front line for feeling the effects--whether it's as subjects of DNA research, egg harvesting and forensic profiling or for toxic dumping, pesticide spraying and other environmental disasters.
Women will be in danger because of the risks associated with the drugs given to stimulate the ovaries and the egg harvesting process.