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  • n. The process of growing and developing for an ovarian follicle in the ovary.


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  • Cyclicity stopped abruptly and folliculogenesis was inhibited in queens exposed to less than 8 hours of light.

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  • The complete process of follicle growth leading up to ovulation is known as folliculogenesis.

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  • Magel2-null females show no anatomical differences of external or internal reproductive organs, and their ovaries have grossly normal folliculogenesis with mature Graafian follicles, ovarian steroidogenesis is not likely perturbed and is therefore not a likely culprit for abnormal estrous cycling in these mice.

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  • To examine folliculogenesis, diestrus ovaries from

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  • Reduced reproductive rates in the female mice could be explained by a suboptimal uterine environment, early pregnancy failure, impaired folliculogenesis, missed ovulations, or a combination of these events.

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  • Albertini DF, Nishimori K, Kumar TR, Lu N, et al. (1996) Growth differentiation factor-9 is required during early ovarian folliculogenesis.

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  • In the ovary, ccnd2 is expressed in the granulosa cells of the follicles and has been shown to play an important role in folliculogenesis.

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  • This gene is an oocyte secreted paracrine factor essential for mammalian ovarian folliculogenesis

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  • These are important factors for maintaining ovarian morphology, folliculogenesis, and ovulation Alterations in fertility-related genes in the male and female rats on the different dietary regimes.

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  • The steps involved with conception and pregnancy are delicate and complex -- particularly the process of folliculogenesis.

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