Oviducal


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O`vi`du´cal


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to oviducts; as, oviducal glands.
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Reproductive organ measurements, taken to the nearest millimeter and at the widest part of the structure, included anterior oviduct width, oviducal gland width, ovary width and length, and uterus width and length.
Beier, "Oviducal and uterine fluids," Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, vol.
The female reproductive system consisted of the tract with a heart-shaped oviducal gland and widened uterus on the left side and the oviduct in the right side was broken.
Fertility of superovulated ewes after intrauterine or oviducal insemination with low numbers of fresh or frozen-thawed spermatozoa.
Although the exact process of egg mass formation is unknown, the most accepted hypothesis suggests that, at spawning, eggs are first coated with oviducal gland secretion and released with nidamental gland secretions.
Internal organs, such as the testis in males and the oviducal and nidamental glands in females, were readily visible in our specimens.
rogersi considering uterus width (11.8 cm), ovary (12 cm) and oviducal gland condition (12.3 cm) (Mejia-Falla et al.
between penis and vagina; bursa copulatrix large, narrowing apically and with a short broad duct; wall of duct thick and muscular, lined internally with longitudinal folds, wall of bursa much thinner; bursa with one moderately fresh allospermatophore and the remains of at least one more; free oviduct swollen prior to its junction with vagina (peri-vaginal or oviducal gland); sperm-oviduct well developed, twisted and with numerous superficial folds.
(1993) and Whitehead (1995) indicated that increased dietary fatty acids provided by SFAT may increase egg weight by stimulating the synthesis of oviducal proteins.