In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(occurrence of twins)nacimiento de mellizos masculinenacimiento de gemelos masculine Spain
- Bell had a deep interest in livestock breeding and tried to develop a strain of sheep with a high rate of twinning.
- Twins can result from a separation of the cells at the two-cell stage, but twinning can also occur in humans at a stage as late as 7 days of gestation, when the primitive streak has already started to form.
- Increasing use of fertility drugs is almost certainly the main cause of the recent increase in dizygotic twinning in most developed countries.
- The genetic associations were latent and intertwined with acquired factors, particularly with the degree of prematurity, birth order and twinning.
- The other point has to do with the matter of identical twinning, which we are told can ‘happen up to six days after fertilization.’
- Gestation lasts approximately 7 months and single births are normal, though twinning does occur occasionally.
- The incidence of twinning is thus increased somewhat while the risk of triplets or quadruplets remains low.
- This result should reassure women planning pregnancies, their healthcare providers, and the wider health community that the evidence of an association between folic acid and an increase in twinning is probably false.
- Fraternal twinning - two fertilized ova becoming trapped inside a single shell - is a rare but well-documented occurrence in some birds.
2British(of cities)hermanamiento masculine
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