fecundation

[ fee-kuh n-deyt, fek-uh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fecundation
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The process of fertilization or fecundation is also known as impregnation and conception.

What we see in the process of fecundation is a foreshadowing of the future man and woman.

Fecundation and fertilization are important terms to remember.

After her fecundation she retires into a corner, where she plucks off her wings, and waits.

Shortly after fecundation, these eggs are transformed into larvæ.

This mysterious beast is nothing but the instrument of fecundation.

Fecundation by contact is very rare in fish, other than selacians.

The queen does the same thing when flying into the air for fecundation.

It was impossible to prevent the fecundation of these insects.

This attraction is daily seen in the fecundation of the spawn of fish.

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