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Meanings and phrases
- oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food; egg
- eggs (fried or scrambled) served with bacon
- European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America; bird's foot trefoil; bird's foot clover; babies' slippers; Lotus corniculatus
cock 's eggs
- weedy vine of Argentina having solitary white flowers followed by egg-shaped white or yellow fruit; Salpichroa organifolia; Salpichroa rhomboidea
- toasted English muffin topped with ham and a poached egg (or an oyster) and hollandaise sauce
- eggs beaten and cooked to a soft firm consistency while stirring
- The eggs are laid by the adult worm in the bronchi.
- White eggs are laid at the base of flax plants.
- The farther north, the later the eggs are laid.
- The cells below the false cells are used to lay eggs.
- Females lay eggs in masses on the undersides of leaves.
- Fruit flies lay eggs in response to environmental cycles.
- These wasps lay their eggs amongst the eggs of "L.
- Mantella ebenaui lay their eggs on land near the water.
- Females lay their eggs about one to two months after mating.
- The eggs hatch in late May after overwintering.
- The eggs hatch by rainfall and irrigation.
- After the eggs hatch they develop into a planktonic larvae.
- Five or six white eggs are incubated for 18 days.
- It lays three white eggs between March and July.
- Females lay white eggs similar to a rugby ball.
- They also breed in the fungi, laying eggs in the hyphae.
- The Gramapriya starts laying eggs at an age of 175 days.
- This species reproduced by laying eggs.
- Hens produce 160 eggs per year of 55–60 g weight.
- Females usually deposit 10 to 15 eggs per clutch.
- They can produce between 5,000 and 10,000 eggs per day.
- The female lays eggs in dead or dying plant tissue only.
- It mates and lays eggs in the late summer and early fall.
- The pouched frog ("Assa darlingtoni") lays eggs on the ground.
- From the eggs laid one year may develop adults in the same year or in the spring of the following year.
- Larvae hatching from eggs laid on other plants are able to wander significant distances to find the host plant.
- His three sons, "Batara Guru", "Mangalabulan" and "Soripada" were born from eggs laid by a hen fertilized by "Mula Jadi".
- The number of eggs varies with the species.
- The number of eggs varies and depends partially on the size of the female.
- The number of eggs the female produces varies depending on the size of the seahorse.
- Gonozooids act as brood chambers for fertilized eggs.
- Towards the end of her life, the queen reverts to laying fertilized eggs.
- Females are diploid, meaning that they have 2n chromosomes and develop from fertilized eggs.