postovulatory

post·o·vu·la·to·ry

(pōst-ō′vyə-lə-tôr′ē, -ŏv′yə-)
adj.
Of or occurring in the period shortly after ovulation.
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Postovulatory follicle: a model for experimental studies of programmed cell death or apoptosis in teleosts.
Iteroparity has been also documented in Vampyroteuthis infernalis, the evidence of which was based on adult specimens where postovulatory follicles were present, indicating previous spawning (Hoving et al.
Ovarian follicular atresia and postovulatory regression in mammals is mediated by apoptosis, which is a natural occurring cause of cellular death.
For the second method, we used the reciprocal of the total number of females with postovulatory follicles (POFs) [less than or equal to] 24 h that were observed in the ovary divided by the number of spawning capable females.
The aims of the present study were to compare the pregnancy outcomes between preovulatory and postovulatory IUI to study the pregnancy outcomes between such timing of hCG and IUI.
This study compared PTA, tympanometry, and DPOAE and ABR between pre- and postovulatory phases of menstrual cycle using Madsen: OB822, Maico: MI.34, Homoth, and Labat Epic-plus.
Psychoyos, "Scanning electron microscopy of postovulatory human endometrium in spontaneous cycles and cycles stimulated by hormone treatment," The Journal of Endocrinology, vol.
[30] "Randomised controlled trial of levonorgestrel versus the Yuzpe regimen of combined oral contraceptives for emergency contraception: Task force on postovulatory methods of fertility regulation," Lancet, vol.
Ovulation-related insults/ exposures lead to the infiltration of immune cells, including macrophages and other members of the innate immune system, into the postovulatory follicular tissues.
[3] World Health Organisation Task Force on Postovulatory Methods of Fertility Regulation 1, Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training, World Health Organisation.
on Postovulatory Methods of Fertility Regulation, Efficacy of Two Intervals and Two Routes of Administration of Misoprostol for Terminating Pregnancy: A Randomized Controlled Equivalence Trial, 396 LANCET 1938.1938-46 (2007); N.L.