The World Health Organization and the United Nations Population Fund in collaboration with the
Key Centre for Women’s Health in Society, in the School of Population Health at the University of
Melbourne, Australia are pleased to present this joint publication of available evidence on the intricate
relationship between women’s mental and reproductive health. The review comprises the most recent
information on the ways in which mental health concerns intersect with women’s reproductive health.
The goal of the conference was to share lessons learned in Africa about men’s participation
in reproductive health in order to develop new or enhance existing approaches for French-
speaking African countries. Men in French-speaking African countries play key roles in
reproductive health, whether as individual family members or as decision-makers at com-
munity and national levels. Most service delivery and information campaigns, however,
focus on women.
The scope of environmental impact on reproduction is very large. It aims at covering
all aspects of reproductive problems and their links to the environment. Therefore,
it deals with female and male reproductive impairments, whatever their severity and
their sites, gonad or extra-gonad.
Training camps of one-day duration on ‘Farmers Training on Economic Dairy Farm
Management’ were held between 6 December 2001 and 30 June 2002. The numbers of
farmers participating were 545 from Mymensingh, 400 from Khulna-Satkhira, 395 from
Sirajgong-Pabna and 396 from Chittagong. The training was completed in 49 batches, with
individual batches comprising 30–40 farmers.
The farmers were introduced to the project objectives, work plan and expected
In Africa, as in many parts of the world, adolescent reproductive health is a controversial issue for policy makers and programme planners. Adolescents are particularly vulnerable to HIV and AIDS and to a host of other problems such as sexually transmitted infection, unwanted pregnancy, unsafe abortions, sexual abuse, female genital mutilation and unsafe circumcision. Yet many countries don’t have adolescent health policies and much remains to be done to ensure that adolescents can access appropriate sexual and reproductive health services....
This report was coordinated jointly by Gaby Oré Aguilar,
International Program Staff Attorney for Latin America and
the Caribbean of the Center for Reproductive Law and Policy,
and Roxana Vásquez Sótelo,General Coordinator of DEMUS
and Regional Coordinator for this report.
Since its first description by Steptoe and Edward, IVF gained popularity among both
doctors and patients. There is many studies on assisted reproduction and they cover
most of the related technical, laboratory as well as clinical aspects. To write a book on
assisted reproduction nowadays seems very difficult due to a wide plethora of related
papers and well-illustrated books. This small-sized book aims at refinement of some
already known points of practical importance in infertility management particularly
Normal functioning of reproductive systems of male
and female, no doubt is expected of all individuals.
But one of the vagaries of nature is aberration of this
function. While fertility is an essential ingredient for
survival and continuity of species, not all couples are
capable of furthering their families. So the problem
of infertility finds its place in the recorded history of
ancient civilisations of Babylonia, Persia and Greece.1
Goddesses of fertility, fertility rites, and superstitions
encompassing the process of birth are mentioned in
the history of these civilisations.
Iam extremely pleased to introduce Women of the World: Laws
and Policies Affecting Their Reproductive Lives,East Central Europe.
This book is a unique review of laws and policies relating to
reproductive health and rights in East Central Europe. The
dramatic political and economic transitions in this region have
resulted in numerous laws and policies that shape women’s
health and reproductive lives.
DNA methylation affects important developmental processes in both plants
and animals. The process of methylation of cytosines at C-5 is catalysed by
DNA methyltransferases (MTases), which are highly conserved, both struc-turally and functionally, in eukaryotes. In this study, we identified and
characterized cytosine DNA MTase genes that are activated with the onset
of reproductive development in rice.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Reproduction helps you know what is asexual reproduction, and what are three forms of asexual reproduction? How can a guinea pig with smooth fur and a pair of smooth coat genes give birth to a baby with a rough coat? What happens during selective breeding?.
(BQ) Ebook Life science: Reproduction of Species provides about how are traits passed on from parents to offspring? How does DNA make a copy of itself? Some animals reproduce by sexual reproduction. What is the difference between internal and external fertilization? Give examples.
I have spent most of my professional career since the 1980s working on
reproductive and sexual health programs, but I first developed a passion
for these issues while working on a project in Chile from 1972 to 1973 at
the time of Salvador Allende’s government. A multinational group of women
friends got together to adapt Our Bodies Ourselves1 for a Chilean audience,
which was to appear in the government’s women’s magazine, Paloma.
Chapter 27 - The reproductive system (part a), After completing this unit, you should be able to describe the structure and function of the testes, and explain the importance of their location in the scrotum; describe the phases of the male sexual response.
After studying this chapter you will be able to: Distinguish between asexual and sexual reproduction; explain how hermaphroditism may be advantageous to animals that have difficulty encountering a member of the opposite sex; describe various ways in which animals may protect developing embryos; using diagrams, identify and state the function of each component of the male and female reproductive systems;...
Research objectives: To describe some epidemiological characteristics of lower RTIs of mountainous married women at reproductive age in Thai Nguyen in 2012; to determine factors of lower RTIs of mountainous married women at reproductive age in Thai Nguyen; to evaluate the effect of RTIs prevention solutions for mountainous women in Thanh Cong commune, Pho Yen district, Thai Nguyen province after 2 years of intervention.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Endocrine and reproductive physiology" presents the following contents: Introduction to the endocrine system, endocrine function of the gastrointestinal tract, energy metabolism, calcium and phosphate homeostasis, hypothalamus pituitary complex, the thyroid gland.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Endocrine and reproductive physiology" presents the following contents: The adrenal gland, life cycle of the male and female reproductive systems, the female reproductive system, the female reproductive system, fertilization, pregnancy, and lactation
This book is in copyright, which normally means that no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press. The coppying of certain parts of it by individual teachers for use within their classroom, however, is permitted without such formality.
After the first edition published in 2007 that became a best seller, the continuous scientific
developments in the field have prompted us to produce the second edition of this book. As it
happens in life and science, some of the novel and promising data presented in the first edition
have been confirmed, some not, and new breakthrough achievements have been accomplished.
Stem Cells in Reproductive Medicine, Basic Science and Therapeutic Potential, second edition,
updates the revolutionary advances in stem cell science that may potentially impact on human