fertility

The ability to have children.

Fertility

Actual capability of an organism to produce living offspring. On a herd basis, best expressed as the number of calves born per year as a percentage of the number of females exposed to the bull in the previous year. May also be expressed as the number of conceptions confirmed by pregnancy diagnosis or the calving percentage of services or inseminations. It may be expressed as the percentage of non-returns (i.e., cows which did not come on heat after insemination) but obviously this is not a satisfactory method....

Fertility

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fertility

[Noun] Ability to have children.
Example: The childless woman took drugs to improve her fertility.
See also: infertile
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Fertility

The average number of live-born children produced by women of childbearing age in a particular society.
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fertility

[n] - the state of being fertile
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Fertility

the incidence of child-bearing in a country's population
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fertility

Ability to conceive and to produce offspring: for litter-bearing species the number of offspring per litter is used as a measure of fertility. Note: Reduced fertility is sometimes referred to as subfertility.
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Fertility

The ability to have children.
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Fertility

the ability to produce a child
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Fertility

Fertility: The ability to conceive and have children, the ability to become pregnant through normal sexual activity. Infertility is defined as the failure to conceive after a year of regular intercourse without contraception. Infertility is on the rise in many countries. The proportion of women in the US having their first baby at or after age 30 h...
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Fertility

Fer·til'i·ty noun [ Latin fertilitas : confer French fertilité .] The state or quality of being fertile or fruitful; fruitfulness; productiveness; fecundity; richness; abundance of resources; fertile invention; quickness; readiness; as, the fertility of soil, or of imagination. '
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fertility

<biology> The capacity to conceive or induce conception and thus generate offspring. ... (12 May 1997) ...
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fertility

fecundity noun the state of being fertile; capable of producing offspring
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fertility

(fәr-til´ĭ-te) the capacity to conceive or to induce conception. adj., fer´tile., adj. infertility is the inability to conceive after one year of sexual relations without contraception, or the inability to carry pregnancy to a live birth. It affects about one in six couples of childbearing age. Steril...
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Fertility

• (n.) The state or quality of being fertile or fruitful; fruitfulness; productiveness; fecundity; richness; abundance of resources; fertile invention; quickness; readiness; as, the fertility of soil, or of imagination.
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fertility

the capacity to conceive or induce conception.
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fertility

fertility: see infertility.
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fertility

Type: Term Pronunciation: fer-til′i-tē Definitions: 1. The actual production of live offspring, does not include stillbirths.
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fertility

Organism's ability to reproduce, as distinct from the rate at which it reproduces (fecundity). Individuals that can reproduce are fertile. Individuals that cannot reproduce are infertile. Individuals become infertile (unable to reproduce) when they cannot generate gametes (eggs or sperm) or when their gametes cannot yield a viable embryo after ...
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fertility

The ability to produce children.
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Fertility

[soil] Fertile soil has the following properties: In lands used for agriculture and other human activities, fertile soil typically arises from the use of soil conservation practices. Basically, soil fertility refers to the ability of a soil to supply plant nutrients. ==Soil fertilization== Bioavailable nitrogen is the element in soil that i...
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Fertility

Fertility is the natural capability to produce offspring. As a measure, `fertility rate` is the number of offspring born per mating pair, individual or population. Fertility differs from fecundity, which is defined as the potential for reproduction (influenced by gamete production, fertilization and carrying a pregnancy to term) {Citation needed.....
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Fertility

Being able to conceive
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Fertility

Proportion or percentage of ewes lambing that were exposed to ram.
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