Noun(1) the period during which an embryo develops (about 266 days in humans(2) the state of being pregnant; the period from conception to birth when a woman carries a developing fetus in her uterus(3) the conception and development of an idea or plan
(1) If we find that the woman is positive for toxo, and has been infected during gestation , then there is a risk for the foetus to be infected.(2) Produced after a ten-year gestation , this work is by turns enthralling, witty, and harrowing.(3) It has also been shown that heat stress in the middle to last third of gestation can reduce calf birthweight and subsequent milk production in the dam.(4) He seems, nevertheless, to have experienced some real difficulty with both the gestation and the planning of the novel.(5) Such interactions may act during gestation or shortly after birth in individuals born in the northern countries studied.(6) Clinical history should include complications of pregnancy, duration of gestation , and birth weight.(7) While studies during gestation and at birth provided ambiguous results, almost all the studies done around conception gave strong support to the Trivers-Willard hypothesis.(8) Not only are females responsible for bearing all costs of gestation but they must also protect the fetus from harm.(9) For many animals, an entire biobehavioral cascade - courting, conception and gestation - is timed to ensure spring births.(10) Rostropovich spent two summers with the ailing Prokofiev and was astonished at the patience with which his suggestions were received during the rewriting of the concerto and the gestation of other works.(11) Of course, you could just as easily say the gestation of the play began when the prolific writer was only a teeny violin-toting tot.(12) The first line was finally opened in 1873 after a long gestation that began in 1837.(13) various ideas are in the process of gestation(14) Chitty is keen to get cast members more involved, to get their perspectives on the gestation of a piece without having to sit them down and interview them.(15) a thorough and painstaking work which was a long time in gestation(16) This method allowed a physician to estimate fairly accurately the duration of gestation and, later on in the pregnancy, the size of the fetus.
(1) gestation period :: drægtighedsperioden
1. pregnancy ::
2. development ::
3. gestation period ::
4. maternity ::
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