infertility

[ in-fur-tl or, esp. British, -tahyl ]
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But this cause has no bearing on the infertility of first unions.

He has boldly tried to make an ally of this bogey of the infertility of hybrids.

This conjecture do I make for the infertility which I perceive to be in that country.

The infertility of rudimentary-winged females of Drosophila.

In the main, the cause of infertility, as with other fruits, is the impotency of pollen on the pistils of the same variety.

Eggs laid in the laboratory had higher rates of infertility and prenatal mortality than did eggs dissected from oviducts.

Infertility and prenatal mortality account for at least 40 per cent of the eggs laid, according to laboratory findings.

He fails in beauty, and his infertility is a reproach, but even ugliness has its advantages.

Every rain brings the light soil down the ravine and lays it like a hand of infertility upon my farm.

The production of infertility, some forms of physical degeneracy, and deformity.

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