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*  Mr. Burns
... as a way to convince Homer not to file a lawsuit for nuclear-plant-induced infertility was featured in the unofficial third- ... Burns loses his fortune, and regains it by opening a recycling plant, which allows him to regain his nuclear power plant. ... Burns is the evil owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and is also Homer Simpson's boss. He is assisted at almost all ... Burns spends his time in his office at the nuclear plant, monitoring his workers via closed-circuit cameras. At an early age, ...
*  Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge
The continuous planting of cotton caused serious erosion and soil infertility. By the late 1870s they had abandoned more than a ... In the early 19th century the European settlers arrived in abundance and began to clear the land to plant a variety of crops. ... With the combination of soil infertility, the boll weevil outbreak on remaining cotton and the Great Depression, there was ...
*  Infertility
... is the inability of a person, animal or plant to reproduce by natural means. It is usually not the natural state of ... "STDs That Can Cause Infertility". LIVESTRONG.COM. "5 Most Common Causes of Infertility". HowStuffWorks. About infertility & ... of infertility cases are due to male infertility, 20-35% are due to female infertility, and 25-40% are due to combined problems ... Fighting Female Infertility InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination Infertility not just a Female ...
*  Childbirth in Trinidad and Tobago
... found the use of the following plants for childbirth and infertility: Mimosa pudica, Ruta graveolens, Abelmoschus moschatus, ... These plants were crushed, liquefied, and consumed cold or steeped as a brewed tea. Momordica charantia was the most popular ... For example, one study found the following plants used among half of Caribbean respondents for diabetes: cerasse/noni/caraili/ ... Traditional medicine is also used for childbirth and infertility. One study, which conducted interviews with Trinidadians over ...
*  Male infertility
Smoking tobacco increases intake of cadmium, because the tobacco plant absorbs the metal. Cadmium, being chemically similar to ... It is present in up to 35% of cases of primary infertility and 69-81% of secondary infertility. Age (see also: Paternal age ... In humans it accounts for 40-50% of infertility. It affects approximately 7% of all men. Male infertility is commonly due to ... Female infertility Fertility preservation Fertility testing Infertility Male accessory gland infection (MAGI) Meiosis ...
*  Bauhinia petersiana
... such as for treating dysmenorrhoea and female infertility. In South Africa the plants pounded leaves when mixed with salt are ... The plant is harvested by livestock. Its growing as a decorative plant in countries like South Africa, Zimbabwe, and even in ... The plant can widstand frost. The seeds of this plant are considered a delicacy in Botswana, where they are used as nuts. ... Botswanians also use the plants seeds for oil. In Congo the bark is used for rope making, while the roots are used to make dye ...
*  Micronization
Micronized progesterone is manufactured in a laboratory from plants. It is available for use as HRT, infertility treatment, ...
*  Holarrhena floribunda
The plant's numerous local medicinal uses include as a treatment for dysentery, diarrhoea, fever, snakebite, infertility, ... "Holarrhena floribunda". The Plant List. Retrieved 17 August 2013. Medicinal Plants. PROTA. 2008. pp. 329-332. ISBN 978-9-05782- ... The plant is found in Senegal, the Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana ... Vernacular names for the plant include "false rubber tree" and "kurchi bark". H. floribunda is found in a variety of habitats ...
*  Diplorhynchus
The plant's numerous local medicinal uses include as a treatment for indigestion, diarrhoea, fever, snakebite, infertility, ... The Plant List. Retrieved 17 August 2013. Search for "Diplorhynchus", World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, Royal Botanic ... Vernacular names for the plant include "horn-pod tree" and "wild rubber". Habitat is dry woodland and hillsides from sea-level ... Diplorhynchus is a monotypic genus of plant in the Apocynaceae family found in tropical and southern Africa. As of August 2013[ ...
*  Abortion in Cuba
Throughout history, naturally occurring herbs and plants have been used to induce abortion and end unwanted pregnancies in ... It is believed that, aside from physical complications and death, women who have multiple abortions risk infertility. ...
*  Female infertility
On the other hand, therapies with low risk of gonadotoxicity include plant derivatives such as vincristine and vinblastine, ... Infertility Male infertility Meiosis Oncofertility Primary infertility Secondary infertility Fertility Mascarenhas M.N.; ... Female infertility caused by anovulation is called "anovulatory infertility", as opposed to "ovulatory infertility" in which ... Infertility can further be broken down into primary and secondary infertility. Primary infertility refers to the inability to ...
*  Matrix planting
... soil infertility, need for watering, etc. Forest gardening Masanobu Fukuoka No-till farming Organic gardening Permaculture ... Matrix planting is based on matching plant to space. The idea is that, when done successfully, plants replace spades, rakes, ... The aim of matrix planting is 1) encourage the plants you do want, and 2) discourage the plants you do not want. The key to ... The essential quality of a plant matrix is the occupation of space, and matrix planting draws inspiration from the ways plants ...
*  Meiocyte
Most meiotic mutant plant cells complete the meiotic cell cycle and produce abnormal microspores. It appears that plant ... By viewing live mammalian meiosis, one can observe the behavior of mutant meiocytes that may possibly compromise infertility ... The meiotic cell cycle in plants is very different from that of yeast and animal cells. In plant studies, mutations have been ... The Plant Cell 15, 1281-1295. Wang, D., Skibbe, D. S., and Walbot, V. (2011). Maize csmd1 exhibits pre-meiotic somatic and post ...
*  Competitors (novel)
It is assumed that they died out due to infertility approximately 1000 years ago. It should be noted that none of the women who ... All known planets in the vicinity of the Platform contain only plant life. Some planets also contain fossils of long-dead ... The reason for human infertility is simple - the "Bugs" believe it would be cruel to allow humans to bring children into an ...
*  Regions of Wisconsin
... in adaptation to occupation by wild plants (including forests), by cultivated plants (including crops and orchards), by animals ... Each differs from the others in roughness or smoothness of topography, infertility or sterility of soil, in climate, ... These provinces are related to the use of the land by plants, by animals, and by man. ...
*  The Golden Sword
The Parset tribes cultivate and grow the plants from which the costly longevity drugs sold throughout the Bipedal Federation ... in order to continue her quest to save the Silistran people who are dying out from infertility. ...
*  Subarctic climate
Agricultural potential is generally poor, due to the natural infertility of soils[citation needed][dubious - discuss] and the ... Boreal ecology Boreal forest Plants of continental subarctic climate Köppen climate classification Subantarctic Stepanova, N.A ... The process by which plants become acclimated to cold temperatures is called hardening. ...
*  Phytoestrogens
Brown D, Walton N (1999). Chemicals from Plants: Perspectives on Plant Secondary Products. World Scientific Publishing. pp. 21 ... Bentley GR, Mascie-Taylor CG (2000). Infertility in the modern world: present and future prospects. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge ... These compounds in plants are an important part of their defense system, mainly against fungi. Phytoestrogens are ancient ... Plants used that have been shown to contain phytoestrogens include Pueraria mirifica, and its close relative, kudzu, Angelica, ...
*  Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Meat Plant, Mannuthy. Dairy Plant, Mannuthy. Veterinary Hospital, Kokkalai, Thrissur. Veterinary Hospital, Mannuthy. Cattle ... Regional Cattle Infertility Research Centre, Kozhikode. University Livestock Farm and Fodder Research and Development Scheme, ...
*  Plasmopara halstedii
Other symptoms include plant stunting, chlorosis, root browning and alteration of secondary metabolism of infected plants. As ... Infertility due to P. halstedii is a result of sporulation on the flowering bodies as well as seed damping off due to root ... Molecular Plant Pathology, 16: 109-122. doi:10.1111/mpp.12164 Komjáti H, Walcz I, Virányi F, Zipper R, Thines M, Spring O, 2007 ... Systemically infected sunflower plants may have some degree of stunting and the leaves show pale green or chlorotic mottling ...
*  Saint Fiacre
He is the patron of growers of vegetables and medicinal plants, and gardeners in general, including ploughboys. His reputed ... and those suffering from infertility. Finally, he is commonly invoked to heal persons suffering from various infirmities, ... premised on his reputed skill with medicinal plants. From about 1650, the Hotel de Saint Fiacre, in the rue St-Martin in Paris ...
*  Rei
... on plants) during which ordinary persons (i e not wearing protective gear) are not supposed to enter the premises. Real Estate ... an alarm signal used in synchronous optical networking Reproductive endocrinology and infertility, a surgical subspecialty of ...
*  Plastic bottle
Plastic water bottle plants hold a low priority for inspection due to a continuously good safety record. In the past, the FDA ... suggests that toxins leaching from plastics might be related to disorders such as infertility and cancer in humans. In the ... United States, plastic water bottles are regulated by the FDA which also inspects and samples bottled water plants periodically ...
*  Chemotherapy
Female infertility by chemotherapy appears to be secondary to premature ovarian failure by loss of primordial follicles. This ... Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. VI. Springer-Verlag. pp. 46-55. ISBN 9783540563914. van Der Heijden, Robert; Jacobs, Denise I.; ... On the other hand, therapies with low risk of gonadotoxicity include plant derivatives such as vincristine and vinblastine, ... Some types of chemotherapy are gonadotoxic and may cause infertility. Chemotherapies with high risk include procarbazine and ...
*  Prion
In 2015, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston found that plants can be a vector for prions. ... administered for the treatment of infertility, was published in 2011. ... May 26, 2015). "Grass Plants Bind, Retain, Uptake, and Transport Infectious Prions". Cell. 11 (8): 1168-1175. doi:10.1016/j. ... suggesting that prions can bind to plants, which then take them up into the leaf and stem structure, where they can be eaten by ...
*  Gloriosa superba
The plant can be dangerous for cats, dogs, horses, and livestock, as well. The alkaloid-rich plant has long been used as a ... It has been used in the treatment of gout, infertility, open wounds, snakebite, ulcers, arthritis, cholera, colic, kidney ... Every part of the plant is poisonous, especially the tuberous rhizomes. As with other members of the Colchicaceae, this plant ... In general, this plant is common in the wild. It is in great demand for medicinal use, so it is cultivated on farms in India, ...