Translation of ovary in Spanish:

ovary

ovario, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈəʊv(ə)ri//ˈoʊv(ə)ri/

noun

Anatomy Botany

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    ovario masculine
    • At the septum, pollen tubes migrate into the ovary and approach an ovule containing an FG.
    • The ovaries are two small organs that are part of the female reproductive system.
    • The remaining uterus, cervix, ovaries, and fallopian tubes were otherwise unremarkable.
    • Each carpel has a terminal stigma and a basal ovary with a single ovule.
    • Many possess, at the base of the ovary, a disc-like nectary from which nectar is secreted via modified stomata.
    • No other abnormalities were detected in the cervix, uterus, ovaries, or fallopian tubes.
    • A missing receptor molecule contributes to the growth of tumors in human ovaries.
    • At the upper corners of the uterus, the fallopian tubes connect the uterus to the ovaries.
    • They are produced mainly by the female ovaries and male testes, which are endocrine glands.
    • If both of the ovaries in a flower contained pollen tubes a mean value was used in the analyses.
    • This initial excess establishes the conditions for resource competition among flowers and their ovaries.
    • Steroids are produced by the cortex or outer layer of the adrenal gland and by the ovaries and testes.
    • The yolk proteins produced in both the ovary and hepatopancreas carry the vital lipids to the developing eggs.
    • One process is the coordination of the ovary and hepatopancreas in their capacity for yolk protein production.
    • In the female reproductive tract, the ovary and the placenta have been identified as sources of RLF.
    • The presence of a Y chromosome results in the somatic cells of the embryo's gonads developing into testes rather than into ovaries.
    • A general correlation was found between bacterial levels in eggs and those found in ovaries and testis.
    • Nearly equal amounts of the hormone are derived from the adrenal glands and the ovaries.
    • Iron can also accumulate in the endocrine gland system and can result in decreased function of the ovary or testis.
    • One hypothesis takes into consideration the fact that, in females, the eggs are present in the ovaries at birth.
    • Whether the gonads become ovaries or testes is determined by the chromosomes received from the parents at the time of conception.
    • This misplaced tissue may be found on the ovaries, uterus, bowel, pelvis and abdomen.
    • Tests might include, for example, an ultrasound scan of the pelvis to look at the uterus and ovaries.
    • There was an increased amount of fibrous and adipose tissue below the left ovary, alongside the uterus.
    • They mimic the hormones produced by the female ovaries and the male testes in animals, which regulate growth and reproduction.