luteal

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Related to luteus: gluteus maximus, Serratia marcescens, Micrococcus luteus

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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Micrococcus luteus has been reported previously from bed bugs (Reinhardt et al.
Quantitative Analysis of the Physiological Heterogeneity within Starved Cultures of Micrococcus luteus by Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting.
Utilizing the Resazurin assay, we determined the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of PVP on a broad range of pathogenic Gram-positive bacteria including Staphylococcus epidermidis, Micrococcus luteus, and Entercocccus aerogenes.
We have studied few women, but this is one of the first studies to examine the effects of this particular metabolite from the corpus luteus hormone in humans," the Daily mail quoted Timby as saying.
Viridans) 76 FP w/primary ID Pantoea agglomerans 302 FP w/primary ID Haemophilus influenzae 1647 FP w/primary ID Haemoph lus nfluenzae 276 FP w/primary ID Micrococcus luteus 309 FP w/primary ID Staphylococcus aureus 323 FP w/primary ID Lactobacillus casei 341 FP w/primary ID Citrobacter freundii 482 FP w/primary ID Moraxella atlantae 1499 FP w/primary ID Morganelli morganii 2889 FP w/primary ID Aeromonas hydrophilia 1033 Discordant genus and species Pantoea sp.
Bright yellow colonies of Micrococcus luteus and gooey globs of Pseudomonas.
They plate them out on 35cm glass plates of Iso-Sensitest Agar seeded with Micrococcus luteus.
Ideal plants for both colour and fragrance are winter sweet or Chimonanthus Luteus (pictured), which has fragrant yellow flowers on bare winter stems, witch hazel and especially the variety Pallida whose spidery yellow flowers have the scent of sweet tea, all the mahonias with their yellow flowers and strong fragrance, and Viburnum Dawn, which although lightly scented is wor th investing in for its gorgeous pink blooms.
Mesabolivar luteus (Keyserling 1891), a representative of the "miscellaneous group," is the single species of Mesabolivar characterized chromosomally and its diploid complement was described as 2n[male] = 15 = 14 + X (Araujo et al.
luteus, found in parts of the US, are sometimes mistaken for O.