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(of an animal) producing young by means of eggs which are hatched after they have been laid by the parent, as in birds.
- ‘The regulation of hatching behavior in oviparous animals is important for successful reproduction, but is poorly understood.’
- ‘In oviparous animals this can include prefertilization decisions such as the production of larger eggs and the deposition of hormones, such as the steroid testosterone, into yolks.’
- ‘In contrast, our experimental study of an oviparous species that does not have parental care is of considerable interest, as any observed family resemblance is likely to be less dependent on pre- and postnatal influences.’
- ‘In oviparous species, females can enhance reproductive success by investing in the size, quality, and number of eggs.’
- ‘Females are oviparous and broadcast spawn eggs in the water column as the male does sperm.’
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