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test-tube

(tĕst′to͞ob′, -tyo͞ob′)
adj.
1. Produced or cultivated in a test tube.
2. Produced, developed, or tested in a laboratory: test-tube corn.
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Nageswara Rao, said the ancient Indian science was akin to the modern technology of stem cell research and test-tube birth.
A 2014 Pew survey found that 80 percent of Americans would be unwilling to try it, and critics caution that test-tube meat needs more testing.
Ladbrokes quote 4-6 for a test-tube burger to be sold anywhere in the UK within the next 10 years.
You could have 10 of these test-tube drinks and still be within the Government's recommended drinking levels.
Howard Jones, and determined how the public perceived the nation's first test-tube baby.
And in the middle is Natalie's daughter Casey, the world's FIRST baby born by natural means to a test-tube mum - as revealed in the Sunday People a year ago.
Many of the same bioethicists who decried test-tube babies, including Leon Kass of the University of Chicago and Daniel Callahan of the Hastings Institute, are in the forefront of the attempts to ban human cloning.
"Scientific research continues to show efficacy," he proclaims near the end of the book, describing positive results from a test-tube experiment.
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jun 9 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma has tendered apology for his earlier remark where he said that Sita, the central figures in the Hindu epic, was India's "first test-tube baby".
Many judges--but not all--throw out test-tube studies and analyses of chemical structures to gauge the activity of related compounds.
(The test-tube results are "provocative," say the authors.)
Four years ago, a British woman had test-tube twins at the aged of 59 - but she had IVF in an Italian clinic.