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Plains viscacha Plains viscachas ovulate over 200 eggs per cycle (in comparison, humans usually only ovulate one egg per cycle).
Ginkgo cranei "G. cranei" ovulate organs are noted for the presence of distinct epidermal cells that have thick, dome-like periclinal walls. Overall the ovulate organs range from by . Both the size and cell structuring is different from the living "Ginkgo biloba" ovulate organs, which are larger at and have less bulging periclinal walls. The stomata complexes found on "G cranei" ovulate organs and leaves are sparser in distribution and fewer in total number than the complexes on "G. biloba".
Anovulatory cycle Women who do not ovulate and who want to get pregnant need a medical work-up to find out why they do not ovulate. Drugs are often given to induce ovulation, including oral medication such as clomiphene or injectable medications.
Natural cycle in vitro fertilization Natural cycle IVF is not suitable for those who do not ovulate spontaneously.
List of Euphorbiaceae genera Now the Euphorbiaceae has been split into 5 families: The 3 uni-ovulate subfamilies have become the Euphorbiaceae in the strict sense, with the tribe Galearieae in the Acalyphoideae forming the most of the family Pandaceae. Part of the bi-ovulate subfamily Phyllanthoideae has become the family Phyllanthaceae, with the tribe Drypeteae as family Putranjivaceae and the tribe Centroplaceae part of the Pandaceae. The other bi-ovulate subfamily Oldfieldioideae has become the Picrodendraceae.
Umkomasia macleanii The ovulate structures of "Umkomasia macleanii" differ from other species of "Umkomasia" in small size, and limited geographic distribution.
Induced ovulation (animals) Bactrian camels ovulate after insemination of semen into the vagina; it is the seminal plasma, but not the spermatozoa, which induces ovulation. Ovulation occurs in 87% of females after insemination: 66% ovulate within 36 h and the rest by 48 h (the same as natural mating). The least amount of semen required to elicit ovulation is about 1.0 ml.
List of Euphorbiaceae genera Here is a full taxonomy of the family Euphorbiaceae, according to the most recent molecular research. This complex family previously comprising 5 subfamilies: the Acalyphoideae, the Crotonoideae, the Euphorbioideae, the Phyllanthoideae and the Oldfieldioideae. The 3 first ones are uni-ovulate families while the 2 last one are bi-ovulate.
Bactrian camel Bactrian camels are induced ovulators — they ovulate after insemination of semen into the vagina; the seminal plasma, not the spermatozoa, induces ovulation. Ovulation occurs in 87% of females after insemination: 66% ovulate within 36 h and the rest by 48 h (the same as natural mating). The least amount of semen required to elicit ovulation is about 1.0 ml.
Fertility preservation The use of GnRH agonists for ovarian protection during chemotherapy is suggested to benefit the ability to ovulate, but benefits in terms of e.g. pregnancy rate are lacking.