Wentia Ford

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BACKGROUND In human oocytes, as in other mammalian ova, there is a significant variation in the pregnancy potential, with approximately 20% of oocyte-sperm meetings resulting in pregnancies. This frequency of successful fertilization decreases as the oocytes age. This low proportion of fruitful couplings appears to be influenced by changes in mitochondrial(More)
Hip position has been hypothesized to influence gravity effect torque (GET) at the knee during isokinetic testing; however, no data exist to support or refute this hypothesis. Therefore, the purposes of this study were 1) to determine if a significant difference exists between GET in seated and supine positions, 2) to determine the effect of the supine and(More)
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