Thesaurus / fecundation
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Having found no external appearance of fecundation, we allowed her to enter.

The sexual functions do not cease completely, although they cannot lead to fecundation.

If fecundation occurs, the result will be a development of two embryos at the same time.

As regards sexual power we must distinguish between that of copulation and that of fecundation.

The distinction between male and female characteristics appears to be determined before the fecundation of the ovum.

In Asterias glacialis the most favourable period for fecundation is about an hour after the formation of the female pronucleus.

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

The InsectJules Michelet

Scarcely has the fecundation been finished when the ogress turns, leaping, and devours the suitor on the very spot of his amours.

Fatal, I say, for it is a singular fact in the history of bees that the fecundation of the queen costs the male his life.

Thus, with these fish there is a sort of school where the experienced teach the newcomers the procedure of fecundation.

WORDS RELATED TO FECUNDATION

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.