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Oviduct is also another name for Fallopian tube ... The eggs travel along the oviduct. ... The oviduct in birds is divided in several parts: ...
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The Fallopian tubes, named after Gabriel Fallopius, also known as oviducts, uterine tubes, and salpinges are two very fine tubes lined with ciliated epithelia, leading from the ovaries of female mammals into the uterus, via...
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... animal anatomy > reproductive system > female reproductive system > oviducts ... Resources in oviducts: No resources available for this category. ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: Oviducts :: metabolism :: Expression of AGR-2 in chicken oviduct during laying period. Ovalbumin: a secreted protein without a transient ...
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There are many reasons why female cats should have an ... It is within the oviducts that fertilization (the union of the sperm cell and ovum) occurs. ...
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Why female dogs should have an ovariohysterectomy (be spayed) ... It is within the oviducts that fertilization (the union of the sperm cell and ovum) occurs. ...
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ster oviducts is impaired by in vitro exposure to cigarette smoke. ... The oviduct's normal func- tion is to pick up the ovulated oocyte cumulus complexes, ...
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Oviducts - Definition of Oviducts at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... oviducts - 3 dictionary results. oviduct ... oviduct (ō'vĭ-dŭkt') Pronunciation Key ...
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The mammalian oviducts are highly specialized organs that provide the optimal ... Within the oviducts the male and female gametes are transported to the site of ...
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... necessitated by the condition of the oviducts have been outlined in detail. ... With oviducts that were longer than 6 cm, most of the pregnancies occurred ...
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Definition of oviducts from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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adnexa pl.n. Accessory or adjoining anatomical parts, as ovaries and oviducts in relation to the uterus ... oviducts. Adnexa of skin. hair. arrector pili ...
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In experiment 1, oviducts and zygotes were collected from mice that were heat ... Then, the oviducts were homogenized using a sonicator (Ultrasonic Disruptor; ...
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The oviduct's normal function is to pick up the ovulated oocyte cumulus ... A) Percentage of embryos in oviducts of females exposed to 0, 2, 4, or 6 CEPD of ...
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Dog Spaying why it's a good idea ... It is within the oviducts that fertilization (the union of the sperm cell and ovum) occurs. ...
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Adding another layer of competition to the mating game, scientists are reporting possible biochemical proof that the ... in the oviducts that control sperm ...
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Owners of mares should know correct anatomical terminology, have a working knowledge of the normal reproductive cycle, ... The oviducts are highly ...
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Oviducts—A pair of tubes that extends from the ovaries to the uterine horns. ... Fertilization occurs in whichever oviduct contains the egg. ...
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Studies of egg, sperm, and oviduct aim to explain why so many embryos die ... studied so far, all eggs, fertilized or not, travel the oviduct's full length. ...
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... (PRs) in 41 human oviducts by immunohistochemistry. ... ER-positive IEL may be involved in regulating immune tolerance in tubal pregnancy oviducts. ...
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