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Seminiferous tubules


Seminiferous tubules are located in the testicles, and are the specific location of meiosis, and the subsequent creation of gametes, namely spermatozoa.
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Aspects of the topic seminiferous-tubule are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References reproductive function ( in animal reproductive system: Testes; In anurans, amniotes (reptiles, birds, and mammals), and even some teleosts, testes are composed largely of seminiferous tubules—coiled tubes, the walls of which contain cells that...
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At the forefront of medicine, Gene Therapy brings you the latest ... Figure 1 shows seminiferous tubules exposed through an incision in the testis capsule. ...
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The slides contain, seminiferous tubules, tunica albuginea, tubuli recti, rete ... The preservation of the seminiferous tubules is not all that great so you will ...
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Definition of Seminiferous tubules in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Seminiferous tubules. ... Seminiferous tubules. Seminific. Seminification. seminin ...
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Structural alterations in the seminiferous tubules of rats treated with ... Seminiferous tubules cross sections were randomly chosen in three non-serial ...
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Locate the seminiferous tubules and the rete testis. ... seminiferous tubules. Sertoli cells. Leydig cells. myoid cells. tubuli recti ...
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Several seminiferous tubules are found in each lobule, and interstitial cells ... The seminiferous tubules are the exocrine portion of the testis producing and " ...
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seminiferous tubules at specific stages of the spermatogenic. cycle. ... of seminiferous tubules in vitro (Niemi & Kormano 1965) ...
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peptides on seminiferous tubules. G C Harris and H D Nicholson ... seminiferous tubule contractility ... seminiferous tubules in vitro (Niemi & Kormano 1965) ...
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In brief, that the seminiferous tubule is solely responsible for ... The seminiferous tubules of the testis provide a specialized ... seminiferous tubules. ...
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Contractility of rat testicular seminiferous tubules in vitro: prostaglandin f 1 ... Intracellular potentials in cells of the seminiferous tubules of rats. J Physiol. ...
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B. Rat Seminiferous Tubules (see online summary by Kent Christensen) ... This is in contrast to seminiferous tubules of rats, mice, and most other ...
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Observe the seminiferous tubules cut in various planes of section. ... Red arrow - Seminiferous Tubules. Blue arrow - Tunica Albuginea. Here is a closer look ...
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Results: In the seminiferous tubules of the sham-operated rat testes, many small ... Fine structure of seminiferous tubules from prenatally irradiated rats. ...
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What is seminiferous tubules? Meaning of seminiferous tubules medical term. ... seminiferous tubules channels in the testis in which the spermatozoa develop and ...
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