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But while most anatomists, predominantly men, extensively studied the female reproductive system as a mysterious cauldron of life, Morandi turned her gaze to the male role in reproduction.
Because sperm can survive in a woman’s reproductive system for up to five days, the app’s high-risk days are supposed to start at least five days before a woman’s predicted ovulation.
There can be problems with our reproductive systems too.
At the same time, horror films like Rosemary’s Baby (1968) reinforce old, villainous witch stereotypes in which the female reproductive system is hijacked by the ultimate evil, through the machinations of the elderly witches next door.
Plaintiffs in the talc cases, citing studies from 1971 on, said that talc in baby powder can be absorbed by the reproductive system and cause inflammation in the ovaries when applied for feminine hygiene purposes.
Mating must have been particularly strange for the octopuses in close quarters, because their reproductive systems are optimized for long-distance fertilization between the solitary animals.
When shown a map of the female reproductive system and asked to identify the source of menstrual bleeding, only around a quarter of the girls and their mothers could correctly identify the source as the uterus.
The giant spreadsheet includes basic elements like water, amino acids, genetic material and energy, as well as more complex components like metabolic and reproductive systems.
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