Capability to produce offspring through reproduction following the onset of sexual maturity.- Fertility
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Genus of about 850 species of woody trees, shrubs, vines, epiphytes and hemiepiphytes in the family Moraceae.
The fig tree was sacred in ancient Greece and Cyprus, where it was a symbol of fertility.
One of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols.
For example, the Hopi people of North America performed an annual snake dance to celebrate the union of Snake Youth (a Sky spirit) and Snake Girl (an Underworld spirit) and to renew the fertility of Nature.
Viral disease caused by the mumps virus.
Testicular inflammation may result in reduced fertility and, rarely, sterility.
The bishop of Rome from 1 March 492 to his death on 19 November 496.
Gelasius' letter to the Senator Andromachus treated the primary contentions of the controversy and incidentally provided some details of the festival, which combined fertility and purification, that might have been lost otherwise.
Essential amino acid in humans.
A study published in Nature showed adding just the essential amino acid methionine to the diet of fruit flies under dietary restriction, including restriction of essential amino acids (EAAs), restored fertility without reducing the longer lifespans that are typical of dietary restriction, leading the researchers to determine that methionine "acts in combination with one or more other EAAs to shorten lifespan."
Organic agricultural system that focuses on achieving maximum yields from a minimum area of land, while simultaneously increasing biodiversity and sustaining the fertility of the soil.
In order to achieve sustainable fertility on a closed system basis, the biointensive method uses carbon and calorie farming, an aikido-style of work (using the least amount of energy or effort to achieve the greatest amount of work or production), composting—including safe and legal human waste recycling—the use of open pollinated seeds, and limited land use, which allows farmers and gardeners to retain more of the land in a wild state for genetic diversity and an ecosystem balance.
There is evidence that male dugongs lose fertility at older ages.
The rotifers (, from Latin rota "wheel" and -fer "bearing"), commonly called wheel animals or wheel animalcules, make up a phylum (Rotifera ) of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals.
Males do not usually have a functional digestive system, and are therefore short-lived, often being sexually fertile at birth.
Greek island and the largest of the Cyclades.
Naxos is the most fertile island of the Cyclades.
Type of inflammatory bowel disease that may affect any segment of the gastrointestinal tract.
Certain medications can also lower sperm count or otherwise adversely affect a man's fertility.