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Other experiments are underway in the Netherlands and the U.S. to test whether organoids might help pinpoint treatments for cancers involving lungs, ovaries and pancreas.
The berry, technically speaking, develops from the ovary of a flower.
Schwab has two uteruses and two cervixes, with one functioning ovary on the right side; her vagina is separated into two canals by a septum.
In his picture, the egg emerged from the female’s ovary and combined somehow with semen from the male to form a new organism.
Saudi sheikhs have even argued that women who drive damage their ovaries and thus bear children with medical problems.
The high amounts of insulin circulating in the blood may stimulate the ovaries to produce more androgens.
Emergency contraception works by preventing your ovaries from releasing eggs.
In females, the cloaca holds an organ housing the ovaries.
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