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nul·lip·a·rous

(nŭl-ip'ă-rŭs),
Never having borne a child.
Synonym(s): nonparous

nulliparous

adjective Referring to a women who has never delivered an infant.

nonparous

Nulliparous, see there.
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Statistic Mean [++or--]SD Range All caribou observed 1462.8 707.4 87 - 2387 l+-yr-old caribou observed 1085.3 473.6 709 - 1720 Calves observed 377.5 235.6 162 - 667 l+-yr-old males per 100 59.5 6.7 54.5 - 69.1 l+-yr-old females Juveniles (1) and yearlings per 83.1 16.6 65.6 - 101.6 100 bulls (2) and breeding cows (5) Bulls per 100 breeding cows 51.9 11.4 41.2 - 65.5 Calves per 100 l+-yr-old 51.9 14.0 35.4 - 65.6 females Calves per 100 breeding cows 88.4 10.8 72.6 - 96.7 % calves among all caribou 24.3 4.8 18.6 - 28.6 % yearlings among all caribou 15.2 2.4 13.0 - 18.3 (1) Juveniles are 2-yr-old and some older nonparous females and 2- and 3-yr-old males.
Teat wear and relative width of the pubic symphysis were used to identify nonparous females, and we assumed most nonparous females were young-of-the-year.
We predicted that by late summer nonparous 2 yr olds would be heavier than parous 2 yr olds.
Parous 2 yr olds in 1988 gained less than half as much mass as nonparous ones during summer (6.2 [+ or -] 1.0 kg vs.
Uteri from nonparous females were stained with 2% ammonium sulfide to detect cases of full-litter resorption (Narotsky et al.
It has been inferred that other components of the population not seen during the surveys, specifically adult males and nonparous adult females, occur in more southern waters around Southampton Island in northwestern Hudson Bay (DFO, 1999; Cosens and Blouw, 2003).
IUGR rates among nonparous and younger (< 25 years) women were much higher (Table 2).