from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Capable of reducing or eliminating fertility; contraceptive.
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- adj. That reduces fertility
- adj. contraceptive
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- adj. capable of preventing conception or impregnation
A reversible antifertility vaccine for men and women is also under development.
One of these foods is peas, and its history as an antifertility food goes back at least as far as 1949.
Back here in the United States, studies conducted in the 1990s at the University of Illinois helped establish the antifertility effects of pea-oil—so much so that it is now being studied as a possible natural contraceptive.
Ayurvedic herbal preparations are also used to treat obesity, and as antifertility treatments.
The biological model used in stage (c) to establish an antifertility activity, was a mouse.
A similar strategy was used in the evaluation of a traditional antifertility preparation.
Insect antifertility and antifeedant allelochemics in Adhatota vasica.
"We believe that modern-day Hitlers have deliberately adulterated the oral polio vaccines with antifertility drugs and … viruses which are known to cause HIV and AIDS," prominent physician Datti Ahmed told journalists at the time.
(c) a traditional antifertility agent with sustained action.
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