unfertilised

[ UK /ʌnfˈɜːtəlˌa‍ɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having been fertilized
    an unfertilized egg
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How To Use unfertilised In A Sentence

  • This year we will compare the results of crops grown with rock dust, manure, chemical fertilisers and an unfertilised control.
  • As part of the collaboration, Wilmut is to apply to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority for permission to collect fresh unfertilised eggs from women volunteers.
  • The unfertilised egg cell began to divide to produce embryos that sometimes developed well.
  • Another is through parthenogenesis - activating an unfertilised human egg so that it starts to divide like an early embryo.
  • Transcripts are firstly detected in the unfertilised eggs in the whole cytoplasm but they are absent from the area surrounding the nucleus, corresponding to the animal pole and to the future aboral end of the polyp (figure 2A). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • This year we will compare the results of crops grown with rock dust, manure, chemical fertilisers and an unfertilised control.
  • Having found that cumulus cells yielded better results, unfertilised mouse eggs were enucleated and their donor's nuclei put in place.
  • The resulting sharp drop in its levels causes the lining of the womb, along with the unfertilised egg, to be shed.
  • An unfertilised donated egg has all of its genetic material removed, leaving the cell empty.
  • This involves taking an unfertilised female egg, removing the chromosomes, replacing them with one male's chromosomes, and fertilising it with another's sperm.
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