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Withdrawal and pre-menstrual symptomatology during the menstrual cycle in short-term smoking abstinence: Effects of menstrual cycle on smoking abstinence

Prediction of live birth in frozen–thawed single blastocyst transfer cycles by pre-freeze and post-thaw morphology

Hormonal and molecular characterization of follicular fluid, cumulus cells and oocytes from pre-ovulatory follicles in stimulated and unstimulated cycles

The duration of pre-ovulatory serum progesterone elevation before hCG administration affects the outcome of IVF/ICSI cycles

Monosomy 1p36 breakpoint junctions suggest pre-meiotic breakage–fusion–bridge cycles are involved in generating terminal deletions

Mutations in genes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae encoding pre‐mRNA splicing factors cause cell cycle arrest through activation of the spindle checkpoint

Dependence of pre‐mRNA introns on PRP17, a non‐essential splicing factor: implications for efficient progression through cell cycle transitions

Site-specific interaction of the murine pre-replicative complex with origin DNA: assembly and disassembly during cell cycle transit and differentiation

To navigate the family economy over a lifetime: life-cycle squeezes in pre-industrial Swedish towns

Chromosomal abnormality rate in human pre-embryos derived from in vitro fertilization cycles cultured in the presence of Follicular-Fluid Meiosis Activating Sterol (FF-MAS)

Changes in the biological:immunological ratio of basal and GnRH-releasable FSH during the follicular, pre-ovulatory and luteal phases of the human menstrual cycle

Transfer of cryopreserved-thawed pre-embryos in a cycle using exogenous steroids without prior gonadotrophin-releasing hormone agonist suppression yields favourable pregnancy results.

 

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Making purchasing decisions that will reduce waste. This includes buying goods with less packaging, choosing products that will last longer, and avoiding single‐use or disposable products, the most commonly cited example of disposable products being nappies.

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