Ovulation

Release of the female germ cell, or egg, by the ovary. Cows usually ovulate several hours (up to 15 hours) after the end of estrus or standing heat.
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ovulation

[n] - the expulsion of an ovum from the ovary (usually midway in the menstrual cycle)
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Ovulation

The moment at which a mature egg is released from the ovaries into the Fallopian tubes - the time around when a woman is most likely to conceive
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ovulation

The moment at which a mature egg is released from the ovaries into the Fallopian tubes - the time around when a woman is most likely to conceive.
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Ovulation

Producing an egg. Normally, one ovary produces an egg each month in non-pregnant women between puberty and menopause.
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Ovulation

the development and release of the egg from the ovary, which usually occurs halfway through a woman's menstrual cycle
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Ovulation

The cyclic, physiologic discharge of blood and mucosal tissues through the vagina from the non-pregnant uterus. It is under hormonal control and recurs at approximately 4 week intervals.
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Ovulation

The development and discharge of an ovum.
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Ovulation

Ovulation: The release of the ripe egg from the ovary. The egg is released when the cavity surrounding it (the follicle) breaks open in response to a hormonal signal. Ovulation occurs around fourteen or fifteen days from the first day of the woman's last menstrual cycle. When ovulation occurs, the ovum moves into the fallopian tube and becomes avai...
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Ovulation

O`vu·la'tion noun (Phisiol.) The formation of ova or eggs in the ovary, and the discharge of the same. In the mammalian female the discharge occurs during menstruation.
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ovulation

<gynaecology> The discharge of a secondary oocyte from a vesicular follicle of the ovary. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ovulation

noun the expulsion of an ovum from the ovary (usually midway in the menstrual cycle)
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ovulation

(ov″u-la´shәn) the discharge of a secondary oocyte (or occasionally more than one) from the graafian follicle; in an adult woman this normally occurs at intervals of about 28 days and alternates between the two ovaries. The discharged oocyte enters the fallopian tube and moves toward the uterus; if it encoun...
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Ovulation

• (n.) The formation of ova or eggs in the ovary, and the discharge of the same. In the mammalian female the discharge occurs during menstruation.
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ovulation

release of a mature egg from the female ovary; the release enables the egg to be fertilized by the male sperm cells. Normally, in humans, only one ... [16 related articles]
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ovulation

the discharge of a secondary oocyte from a vesicular follicle of the ovary.
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Ovulation

The release of a mature egg from an ovary and into the fallopian tube during the monthly menstrual cycle. A woman is most fertile around the time of ovulation, which typically occurs approximately fourteen or fifteen days from the first day of the woman's last menstrual cycle. Women that are trying to conceive may find that charting basal body te.....
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ovulation

Type: Term Pronunciation: ov′yū-lā′shŭn, ō′vū- Definitions: 1. Release of an ovum from the ovarian follicle.
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ovulation

In female animals, the process of releasing egg cells (ova) from the ovary. In mammals it occurs as part of the menstrual cycle
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OVULATION

Release of an egg from an ovary.
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Ovulation

The release of the egg from the ovarian follicle.
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Ovulation

The process in the menstrual cycle by which a mature ovarian follicle ruptures and discharges an ovum (known as oocyte, female gamete or egg).
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Ovulation

When the follicle ruptures and the ovum, or egg, is released into the oviduct
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ovulation

(ov-yuu-la;shun) The rupture of an ovarian (graafian) follicle with the release of an ovum.
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ovulation

(ov-yuu-la;shun) The rupture of an ovarian (graafian) follicle with the release of an ovum.
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