reproductive

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  • Indian women have greater independence from increased access to higher education and control over their reproductive rights.
  • A male may stay with a female group for two or more reproductive seasons.
  • The current reproductive rate is considered one young every two years.
  • They felt that reproductive self-control was essential for full economic independence from men.
  • Reproductive units do split up if they get too large.
  • All-male groups are generally aggressive towards both reproductive units and other all-male units.
  • Time of development to reproductive period is highly variable within and among species.
  • Youth sexual and reproductive health centers have been established across most of the region.
  • No evidence exists of any major reproductive differences between the two species.
  • They play an important role in the reproductive processes of fish species.
  • By preparing themselves for a major change in environmental conditions, they can increase reproductive success.
  • The reproductive cost of producing these energy-rich eggs is high and they are usually smaller in number.
  • The term reproductive justice has been used to describe these broader social and economic issues.
  • Modern methods of family planning include birth control, assisted reproductive technology and family planning programs.
  • The larvae are free-living, but little else is known of their reproductive process.
  • Aggression is rare within a reproductive unit, being directed mostly towards members of other units.
  • Note that this figure includes all women of reproductive age, including women that are not pregnant.
  • Women are more likely to receive reproductive health services.
  • Suckling after two years may serve to maintain growth rate, body condition and reproductive ability.
  • Woman's reproductive organs were thought to have complete control over them.
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