- ovary:  Latin ōvum ‘egg’ came from the same Indo-European base (*ōwo-) as produced English egg. From it were derived the medieval Latin adjective ōvāl is ‘egg-shaped’ (source of English oval ) and the modern Latin noun ōvārium (whence English ovary). Also from ōvum come English ovate  and ovulate , and the Latin noun itself was adopted as a technical term in biology in the early 18th century.
- ovary (n.)
- 1650s, from Modern Latin ovarium "ovary" (16c.), from Medieval Latin ovaria "the ovary of a bird" (13c.), from Latin ovum "egg," from PIE *owyo-/*oyyo- "egg" (see egg (n.)). In classical Latin, ovarius meant "egg-keeper."
- 1. Only the styles are left sticking up from the receptacle and ovary.
- 2. The fertilized ovule becomes the seed, and the ovary becomes the fruit.
- 已受精的卵子成为种子, 而子房变成了果实.
- 3. Polycystic ovary syndrome ( PCOS ) is the most common cause of chronic anovulation.
- 4. This is an adult ovary with two corpora lutea.
- 5. To treat delayed ovulation, Inactive ovary, durable luteinizing, ovarian cyst.
- 用于治疗动物延迟排卵 、 卵巢静止 、 持久黄体 、 卵巢囊肿等.
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