Tag : Reproductive

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Shift in worker physiology and gene expression pattern from reproductive to diapause-like with colony age in the bumble bee Bombus impatiens [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Erin D. Treanore, Jacklyn M. Kiner, Mackenzie E. Kerner, and Etya Amsalem Insects maximize their fitness by exhibiting predictable and adaptive seasonal patterns in response...
Biology

The variable presence of apoptosis in the testes of diploid and sterile allotetraploid Cobitis (Teleostei, Cobitidae) males during reproductive cycle [SHORT COMMUNICATION]

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Olga Jablonska, Dorota Juchno, Anna Leska, Karolina Kowalewska, and Alicja Boron Cobitis species exist in diploid populations, but mostly they occur in diploid-polyploid (d-p) ones....
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Factors influencing sexual and reproductive health of Muslim women: a systematic review

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Alomair, N; Algaeel, S; Davies, N; Bailey, J; (2020) Factors influencing sexual and reproductive health of Muslim women: a systematic review. Reproductive Health (In press)....
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Study sheds new light on impact of common plasticizer on human reproductive health

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Researchers at Harvard Medical School and the New York State Department of Health have discovered how a common plasticizer associated with human reproductive abnormalities likely...
Cardiology

Standardized outcomes in reproductive cardiovascular care: The STORCC initiative.

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Related Articles Standardized outcomes in reproductive cardiovascular care: The STORCC initiative. Am Heart J. 2019 Aug 09;217:112-120 Authors: Valente AM, Landzberg MJ, Gauvreau K, Egidy-Assenza...
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Transplanting gravid lizards to high elevation alters maternal and embryonic oxygen physiology, but not reproductive success or hatchling phenotype [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Laura Kouyoumdjian, Eric J. Gangloff, Jeremie Souchet, Gerardo A. Cordero, Andreaz Dupoue, and Fabien Aubret Increased global temperatures have opened previously inhospitable habitats, such as...
Biology

Transplanting gravid lizards to high elevation alters maternal and embryonic oxygen physiology, but not reproductive success or hatchling phenotype [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Newsemia
Laura Kouyoumdjian, Eric J. Gangloff, Jeremie Souchet, Gerardo A. Cordero, Andreaz Dupoue, and Fabien Aubret Increased global temperatures have opened previously inhospitable habitats, such as...

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