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tes·tes

 (tĕs′tēz)
n.
Plural of testis.

testes

(ˈtɛstiːz)
n
(Anatomy) the plural of testis

tes•tis

(ˈtɛs tɪs)

n., pl. -tes (-tēz).
the male gonad, either of two oval reproductive glands located in the scrotum.
[1675–85; < Latin]
Translations

testes

[ˈtestiːz] NPLtestes mpl

testes

[ˈtɛstiːz] npltesticules mpltest flight nvol m d'essai

testes

plTestikel pl, → Hoden pl
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Blockages in the tubes leading sperm from the testes to the penis can also cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.
Objective: To demonstrate the morphological changes in number of seminiferous tubules that are produced by anthracycline doxorubicin on the testes of mice.
Background and Objectives: The present experimental study was designed to investigate the toxic changes in the testes of cadmium (CdCl2) treated rats and evaluate the protection provided by cinnamon bark oil (CBO).
10-12) Giannarini et al stated that TSS with frozen section examination may be considered a viable option for patients with non-palpable, small tumours with the advantage of sparing an unnecessary radical orchiectomy in the presence of healthy contralateral testes.
The testes form from the genital ridges, which lie on both sides of the midline and extend from T6 through S2 vertebrae in the developing embryo.
Previous northern hybridization studies confirmed that Galphaq mRNA was highly expressed in human tissues and organs associated with the human reproductive system, including the ovaries, prostate glands, and testes (Chen et al.
Keywords: Disorders, ovaries, differentiation, testes, hermaphroditism.
The specimens were studied and identified as Tamerlania swabiensis new species on the basis of shape and size of the body; having pointed spines on the body; symmetrical, juxtaposed and elongated testes; transversely elongated, sub-median ovary located just above the right testis, and Vitelline bands commencing at the level of the middle of the testes.