An average women ovulates for about 35 years if she gets pregnant once during her lifetime aproxomatly how many eggs will she release in that time 34 eggs 440 eggs 500 eggs 680 eggs?
To find the answer, just count how many months are in that length of time. A woman ovulates once a month.
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It is different for every person and every cycle, sometimes one,sometimes several, this is how fraternal twins are produced, morethan one egg gets fertilized and implants and starts growing.
Answer . no it is absolutly impossible in order to to do that you need to ovulate and you cannot do that while pregnant, yu can still bleed during pregnancy but it is not like a period, and you do not release eggs
The amount of offspring in a cockroach egg depends greatly upon the species. . A female German cockroach carries an egg capsule containing around 40 eggs. She drops the capsule prior to hatching. Development from eggs to adults takes 3-4 months. Cockroaches live up to a year. The female may produc…e up to eight egg cases in a lifetime; in favorable conditions, it can produce 300-400 offspring. Other species of cockroach, however, can produce an extremely high number of eggs in a lifetime, but only needs to be impregnated once to be able to lay eggs for the rest of its life.. Female American cockroaches produce egg cases and carry them protruding from the tip of the abdomen for about two days. Egg cases are then generally placed on a surface in a hidden location. Egg cases are 3/8 inches long, brown, and purse shaped. Immature cockroaches emerge from egg cases in 6 to 8 weeks and require 6 to 12 months to mature. Adult cockroaches can live up to one year, during which females produce an average of 150 young.. Oriental cockroach females (more numerous than males) carry the egg capsule 12 hours to 5 days and deposit them in a sheltered location near or within a food supply at a warm, sheltered spot. Females produce 1 to 18 capsules, each containing up to 16 eggs. Eggs hatch in about 60 days and nymphs develop in about one year. Adult females live 1 to 6 months. For more information about cockroaches, please check out my bio page. ( Full Answer )
The number varies from woman to woman, but the universal answer would be enough to last through their child bearing years. From their first period through menopause. They may never ovulate all the eggs.
Usually there is only one egg yolk in an egg. But there have been nine found in one egg.
No, it's biologically impossible to ovulate when you are pregnant. Your body will prevent ovulation in order to prevent multiple pregnancies at once.
Usually, only one egg is released; however, two can be realeased at once during ovulation.
Lets just say they layed alot. more that a bird. way way more thatn a bird.......... . they layed so much that a new kind of dinosaur had to be inveted so he can eat half of them.............. does that give u a little clue? i hope so. . (\__/) (='.'=) (")_("). bunny hopes so too!!.
Roughly 1000 eggs The average turkey will lay between 100 and 120 eggs per year and can produce eggs for up to 10 years if well cared for. Production of eggs drops as the turkey ages.
normally one egg is released from one ovary during ovulation. That egg releases hormones that signal the other eggs to stay put. Sometimes two eggs release at the same time (usually one from each ovary) and that's how you get twins. Some fertility drugs tell the ovary to release more than one egg, w…hich is why fertility drugs often lead to multiple births. ( Full Answer )
Certain amount of argument about this but traditional answer is 13 (50-12) or about 500.
Usually 1-6 eggs at a time. Fun Fact: A group of eggs that a parakeet lays is called a clutch.
The amount of eggs a snail can lay depends on the species. Some lay only dozens, while others can lay 10,000!
Ovulation depends on a delicate balance of hormones. In order for ovarian follicles to begin developing into mature ova, follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) must be released from the pituitary gland. When a woman is pregnant, a hormone released by the corpus luteum or the placenta called progester…one prevents FSH release from the pituitary, so no further follicles are stimulated to mature, so no eggs are released. ( Full Answer )
The average female turtle lays around 50 to 200 eggs each time they lay a nest.
Female moths lay their eggs one at a time or in mases, usually in summer of fall. A female moth may lay few or more than 18,000 eggs!
because the space time was chose at a specific time and due to this michael jackson made songs, and then eggs evapporated into thin air.
1! 1 a month, every month of the year, for about 40 years from the time your first "monthly cycle" occurs! Uggh!
When you say one egg is released when a women ovulates what one egg over all the days she ovulates if so how do you know when its released?
Well, she tends to get really pissed off then really sad right before it happens. Then she gets really hungry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It depends on how old she is. At birth the average woman has 1-2 million and 300,000 at puberty. The number continues to decline until she reaches menopause.
The figure is widely variable, but often it is between 400 and 500 and they are all in her body before she was born.
The best way to hatch Pokemon eggs is to cycle from solaceon town to twinleaf town and back .Or cycle up and down seabreak path
there is a Pokemon in it which you have to walk around alot with for it to hatch
There's about a hundred or more than that a turtle lay eggs in their lifetime
A women ovulates once a month. Its when one egg is release from the ovaries and this is the present time when she can become pregnant.
I don't know about her lifetime, but when ever they do have babies, the mother lays about two eggs.. They live for about 5-6 years so they would lay about 12 in there life.
an average woman ovulates for about 30 years how many eggs will she release in that time
The American robin is single brooded in the Northern states, double brooded in the South.
This questions doesn't really make sense. But I'll try to explain as much as I know to be relevant. A woman is born with a certain number of eggs...no more are ever created. You live your whole life with the same exact eggs that you were born with. When a woman is in ovulation the eggs become more v…ulnerable for fertilization, so if you are trying to get pregnant, when you are ovulating is the best time. But if you are trying to revent pregnancy it would be best to avoid intercourse during ovulation. It usually only lasts a few days. ( Full Answer )
The egg comes out of the chicken through the same opening where the sperm went in. It's just like any animal giving birth but the baby chicken is inside an egg instead of out in the open.
Inside the shell that you see on the outside of an egg are two shell membranes. Within the shell is the egg white or albumen. The albumen is made up of a thin and thick fluid that surrounds the yolk of the egg.
In 1 year there are 365 days. So if you do 365 days (which is one year), divided by 28 days (which is an estimate of one month)... you get 13,03571429-- basically 13. Then do 13 X 35 = 455 I hope I helped you all. Good Luck
A woman does not normally release more than 1-2 eggs at once. The reason for twins is often that these 1-2 eggs might divide into more after they are fertilized. 2 eggs can become triplets or quadruplets or even more. Normally there are fertility medicine at work when a woman release more eggs. Fa…ctors at work can also be chemical spills or waste problems that by a freak of nature causes women to release more eggs and sometimes have many babies in one go. ( Full Answer )
Wen a gal enters the stage of maturity, ovulution begins n many eggs are released n they r also wasted wen she suffers her maternity n wen sex s hd n wen sperm goes inside out of million sperm oly a single sperm ll struck hard the egg n thus resulting in pregnancy
A woman ovulates (produces an ova, or egg) about once per month from when she gets to puberty in early teens until she goes through menopause ('the change'). Puberty and menopause vary with each woman, so there is no exact answer to your question. If menopause for a particular woman happened at 45… years of age, then there would be approximately 180 ova left, but do not rely on that figure. ( Full Answer )
IF you ovulate, you release an egg. This is what ovulation is. The ovaries will release a mature egg into the fallopian tube. It is more of a question of whether or not you ovulate. But an egg will always be released at ovulation.
Because I had them for breakfast. I eat eggs daily. I like them scrambled rare, sort of rare ;)
In humsn egg cell (ovum), there is only one haploid nucleus (called pronucleus to distinguish from nucleus of zygote). However, in plant egg cells, there are eight: 1 egg cell ( fuse with sperm cell to form zygote [2n]), 2 synergids cells (secrete chemicals to attract pollen tube), 2 polar nuclei (f…use with sperm cell to form endosperm [food store]), 3 antipodal cell (I don't know its function, but it degenerates). ( Full Answer )
Some of the larger Pythons can live for more than 40 years - and CAN lay as many as 60 eggs a year - which is 2,400 eggs
Women don't release an egg every month but it also differs between women so you might. If you don't nothing will happen.
An ostrich can lay forty to one hundred eggs a year .Normally they lay about sixty. It takes forty two days before the egg can catch. An ostriches egg weighs about 2 pounds.
normally a woman releases one ovum in a month which on average last for 28 days counting at that rate just under 13. however mare then one can be released on the odd occasion.
The official definition for the word egg is "an oval or roundobject laid by a female bird, reptile, fish, or invertebrate,usually containing a developing embryo. The eggs of birds areenclosed in a chalky shell, while those of reptiles are in aleathery membrane." Eggs are the pre-stage of birds, rept…iles, and assorted other animals. An embryo, rather than form inside the parent organism, exits it's mother in a case, either hard or soft, and devolpes inside of this enclosure until they are fully formed. They then emerge and are almost immediatley ready to explore the world. Of course eggs do not always hatch, if the eggs are not fertile, the embryo never forms, many eggs must be incubated, and, if they are not the unborn young will die. Eggs can also be broken or eaten. hi there ( Full Answer )
When a pig ovulates, it releases two eggs. This is because of theforked uterine canal that pigs have compared to one egg by humans.
If a woman begins ovulating at age 12 and enters menopause at 52 (average ages) she will ovulate approximately 12 times per year for 40 years or 480 times. Subtract 10 for each pregnancy and any time spent using hormonal birth control.
Ovulation is defined as the release of the egg; they happen simultaneously as they are one and the same.
No, the egg isn't released during menstruation. The egg is releasedduring ovulation, which typically occurs two weeks beforemenstruation, if the egg isn't fertilised then this leads tomenstruation.
Ovulation is defined as the release of an egg. You can't, therefore, have one without the other.
A female baby has perhaps a million eggs. By the time she is old enough to have her own babies, she might have about 400 thousand eggs.
1- Almost all kinds of cakes , tarts , cream caramel , brownies , ice cream , pudding and many kinds of deserts and baked stuff 2- Used sometimes to moisten chicken and meat before getting fried , as chicken nuggets and meatballs 3- Potato Salads 4- Noodle Soup and many kinds of Chinese soups …5- Mayonnaise , Butter of course , many kinds of sauce as Caesar and Hollandaise Sauce 6- Pasta 7- Chocolate and candy 8- Root Beer NB : Egg substitutes still contain egg-white . ( Full Answer )