progesterone

英 [prə'dʒestərəʊn] 美 [pro'dʒɛstə'ron]
  • n. [生化] 黄体酮,[生化] 孕酮
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progesterone 孕酮

来自pro-,向前,朝向,-gest,带来,承载,词源同gesture.-one,酮。引申词义孕酮。

progesterone (n.)
female steroid sex hormone which prepares the uterus for child-bearing, 1935, from German Progesteron, from progestin (from which substance it was obtained), which had been coined 1930 from pro- (see pro-) + Latin gestare, literally "to carry about" (see gestation), on notion of "substance which favors gestation." Also see -one.
1. If the egg is not fertilised oestrogen and progesterone decrease.
如果卵细胞没有受精,雌激素和黄体荷尔蒙就会下降。

来自柯林斯例句

2. All the sex hoymones, e . g. estrogens, progesterone, and testosterone, are steroids.
所有的性激素, 例如雌激素 、 黄体酮和睾酮都是类固酮.

来自辞典例句

3. All the sex hormones, e . g . estrogens, progesterone, and testosterone, are steroids.
所有的性激素, 例如雌激素, 黄体酮和睾酮都是类固醇.

来自辞典例句

4. Blood progesterone remains constant throughout pregnancy in the eve.
牛和绵羊血液孕酮含量在全妊娠期保持不变.

来自辞典例句

5. It performs both an exocrine ( egg release ) and endocrine ( estrogen and progesterone secretion ) function.
卵巢同时具有外分泌 ( 释放卵子 ) 和内分泌 ( 产生类固醇激素 ) 的功能.

来自辞典例句

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