[soo-per-ov-yuh-leyt, -oh-vyuh-] /ˌsu pərˈɒv yəˌleɪt, -ˈoʊ vyə-/ (of humans, domestic animals, etc.)
verb (used without object), superovulated, superovulating.
to produce more than the normal number of ova at one time, as through hormone treatment.
verb (used with object), superovulated, superovulating.
to cause to superovulate.
superovulate su·per·o·vu·late (sōō’pər-ō’vyə-lāt’, -ŏv’yə-)
v. su·per·o·vu·lat·ed, su·per·o·vu·lat·ing, su·per·o·vu·lates
To produce mature ova at an accelerated rate or in a large number at one time.
To cause to superovulate.
noun, Chemistry. 1. a compound containing the univalent ion O 2 − . 2. peroxide (def 1a, b). noun 1. any of certain metal oxides that contain the O2– ion: potassium superoxide, KO2 superoxide su·per·ox·ide (sōō’pər-ŏk’sīd’) n. A compound containing a univalent anionic oxygen molecule or the univalent anion itself.
- Superoxide dismutase
superoxide dismutase n. An enzyme that catalyzes the decomposition of a superoxide into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen.
- Super PAC
noun 1. a type of PAC that has no limitations on the amount or source of donations, though it cannot contribute directly to a political campaign or party. See also PAC.
graphics A pioneering graphics program and framebuffer computer system developed by Richard Shoup at Xerox PARC. Design started in 1972 and the system produced its first stable image in April 1973. SuperPaint was one of the first computers used for creative work, video editing and animation, all which would become major sections within the entertainment […]