reproductive phase

reproductive phase

that part of the life cycle during which reproduction takes place.
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Staffed with a number of highly trained clinicians, our facility will provide a comprehensive range of services from preconception to childbirth, post-natal care and beyond the reproductive phase of life.
Reproductive phase in flowering plants is often highly sensitive to hot or cold temperatures, with even a single hot day or cold might sometimes being fatal to reproductive success [21].
2A), indicating that they sexually mature and in a spawning capable/spawning reproductive phase (Brown-Peterson et al.
Key words: life-history, trade-off, post-reproductive phase, reproductive phase, birth interval
Oocyte frequency distribution between lobes was essentially uniform, no matter the reproductive phase or sub-phase (y2.
Among sowing dates, the largest RMSE for the vegetative phase was 5 d and the largest RMSE for the reproductive phase was 7 d (STRECK et al.
The following parameters were recorded daily until the death of the last adult female: total number of nymphs produced, number of nymphs per adult, number of nymphs at 7 and 10 d after birth of the first nymph, length of pre-reproductive and reproductive phase, adult longevity, life cycle, and mortality rate at 5, 7, and 10 DAI.
Given the need of information about the water requirement of mango orchards in northeast of the State of Para, Brazil, the aim of this study was to estimate the water consumption in mango orchards in this region during the reproductive phase through the Bowen ration.
Wheat crop in that area was on maturity grain filling stage and efficiently developing their reproductive phase.
Female reproductive phase comprises the menstrual cycle, which is an integral part of their lives.

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