reproductive technology

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reproductive technology

[‚rē·prə‚dək·tiv tek′näl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
Any procedure undertaken to aid in conception, intrauterine development, and birth when natural processes do not function normally.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The phone also boasts of having Creator mode "powered by CineAlta." This feature is inspired by Sony's Master Monitor color reproduction technology, which is used in Hollywood studio productions.
They also emphasized detriments associated with inadequate parental leave, including delayed childbearing, use of assisted reproduction technology, and difficulty breastfeeding.
The flagship will boast of the brand's proprietary fourth-generation ISP that provides better support for multi-camera configurations, as well as an all-new HDR colour reproduction technology that can manipulate picture contrast to highlight objects on various parts of an image.
The flagship will boast Huawei's proprietary fourth-generation ISP that provides better support for multi-camera configurations, as well as an all-new HDR color reproduction technology that can manipulate picture contrast to highlight objects on various parts of an image.
Techno Blue has launched in Qatar the Fujifilm X-T3, the latest model in the X Series of mirrorless digital cameras, "renowned for their unique colour reproduction technology to deliver outstanding image quality in both stills and video".
Huawei also integrated its proprietary fourth-generation ISP into the SoC that provides a 46 percent increase in data throughput compared to its predecessor and better support for multi-camera configurations, as well as an all-new HDR colour reproduction technology that can manipulate picture contrast to highlight objects on various parts of an image, Huawei says.
An outstanding blend of Fujifilm's renowned image quality and iconic color reproduction technology, the Fujifilm X-T100 is the ideal companion for anyone on his or her photography journey and vlogging adventures.
However, these women were at slight but significantly increased risk for in situ breast cancers and invasive or borderline ovarian cancers, although the ovarian tumors may be related more to patient factors than to the assisted reproduction technology itself, reported Alastair Sutcliffe, MD, PhD, from University College London, and his colleagues.
Importantly, infertility impacts approximately 10% of reproductive aged couples and is influenced by the trend of pregnancy desired later in reproductive lives, with annual assisted reproduction technology cycles approximating 1.6M worldwide.
Summary: Noida (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan.24 (ANI): Amity University and the Indian Fertility Society (IFS) inked a memorandum of understanding to collaborate jointly in the areas of assisted reproduction technology (ART) and embryology on Wednesday.
(6) Moreover, since cigarette smoking has adverse effects on fertility, it is reasonable to assume that it may have deleterious effects on Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) outcomes, as shown in the literature.
Furthermore, myoinositol allows also improving substantially the outcomes of assisted reproduction technology (ART).

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