OTHER WORDS FROM ovarypseud·o·va·ry, noun, plural pseud·o·va·ries.
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Using stem cells, they were able to mimic the entire process of how ovaries make eggs.Scientists Bred Healthy Mice Using Artificial Eggs and Ovaries Made From Stem Cells|Shelly Fan|July 27, 2021|Singularity Hub
Over the next five years, the ovary produces viable eggs, which the team extracts and fertilizes on a regular basis.What 20th century science fiction got right and wrong about the future of babies|Robin Marantz Henig|July 15, 2021|Science News
In 1872, an American surgeon, Robert Battey, removed the ovaries of 23-year-old Julia Omberg to treat disabling exhaustion that he blamed on her lack of menstrual periods.
At last, scientists and doctors learned how the ovaries actually worked, what triggered a menstrual period, why women go through menopause.
It seems ridiculous now to imagine physicians once believed that women’s nerves were too highly strung for them to receive an education and that their ovaries would become inflamed if they read too much.Medical Myths About Gender Roles Go Back to Ancient Greece. Women Are Still Paying the Price Today|Elinor Cleghorn|June 17, 2021|Time
If the pollen should fall upon the ovary now it would roll off without entering, and would be wasted.Every Girl's Book|George F. Butler
The single pistil is many times enlarged in the monstrous blossom—in one instance two thirds of an inch in diameter for the ovary.
In Echinus, on the other hand, where the polar bodies are formed in the ovary, the male pronucleus is always small.
The development of the Elasmobranch ovary has recently formed the subject of three investigations.
In the next oldest ovary, of which I have sections, the breadth of the ovarian epithelium is 0.7 mm.