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ovular

 [ov´u-lar]
1. pertaining to an ovule.
2. pertaining to an oocyte (ovum).

ov·u·lar

(ov'yū-lăr, ō'vū-),
Relating to an ovule.

ovular

/ovu·lar/ (ov´u-lar)
1. pertaining to an ovule.
2. pertaining to an oocyte.

o·vu·lar

(ov'yū-lăr)
Relating to an ovule.

ovular

pertaining to an ovule or an ovum.
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Approximately 10% of the ovular specimens collected are physically or organically connected with certain parts of fragmentary plant parts (Table 1).
By extension woman has come to represent death and illness in Western mythology and been prohibited historically from access to the intellectual, as if bearing children precludes thinking, and as if the man's seminal contribution to the creation of life is in some way less culpable or crucial than woman's ovular one.
Thank you for inviting me to the 1993 Region IX Ovular.
The stomata (indicated with arrows) are ovular, and the projecting guard cells have not been retained, probably due to the digestion process.
A first-of-its-kind development, the $136-million Museum of the Future is a shiny, steel-clad ovular building which will feature the Arabic poetry of Dubai s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on its exterior facade.
The ovular slits that replace faces in Untitled (Kopf Mit Hut) (Untitled [Head with Hat I) and Untitled (Kopf Mit Roten Haaren) (Untitled [Head with Red Hairj), both 1963, at once assail flatness and enact Pop's disruption of subjectivity, while Untitled (Seerosen-Palette) (Untitled [Water Lily Palette]), 1967, a palette-shaped piece of chipboard covered with a plastic shower curtain printed with water lilies, concretizes the invasion of the aesthetic by the domestic banal.
This allows one to establish the correlations among pollen types in relation to the presence of a pollination drop and ovular morphology within each clade.
Al remover el progestágeno, los folículos pueden ovular durante la estación en que la reproducción fracasa a causa de la retroalimentación negativa hormonal estacional, por ello es necesario que una gonadotropina estimule la madurez folicular total y la ovulación.
It is now an emblem to look for on Italian espresso coffees: an ovular logo with "Espresso Italiano" in script around the sign of an espresso cup bearing the Italian national colors, green and red, in two slashes across the cup face.
The collar is considered to be a secondary feature, formed by the arrest in growth of the tip of the ovular stalk; it is modern in origin and has no phyletic significance.