Tables and Figures
|6.1 Family relationships created through third-party conceptions||39|
|11.1 Rates of cesarean delivery, cross-national comparisons||71|
|39.1 Clinical utilities of ovarian suppression by GNRH agonists||223|
|1.1 Internal female genitalia||7|
|1.2 Veins to the left and right ovaries||10|
|1.3 Spermatozoon with homunculus||12|
|39.1 GNRH analogs and the female hormonal cycle||224|
|64.1 The somatic cell division cycle||348|
|64.2 The two divisions of meiosis in males||349|
|64.3 The two divisions of meiosis in females||349|
|64.4 Fertilization and the zygote||350|
|64.5 Origin of clones by cell separation or embryo splitting||351|
|64.6 Cloning by nuclear transplantation||352|
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Book title: Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies.
Contributors: Annette Burfoot - Editor.
Publisher: Westview Press.
Place of publication: Boulder, CO.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: xi.
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