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go·nad

 (gō′năd′)
n.
An organ in animals that produces gametes, especially a testis or ovary.

[New Latin gonas, gonad-, from Greek gonos, procreation, genitals; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]

go·nad′al (gō-năd′l), go·nad′ic adj.
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Adj.1.gonadal - of or relating to the gonads; "gonadal hormones"
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go·nad·al

a. gonadal, rel. a una glándula gónada;
___ dysgenesisdistenesia, malformación ___.
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Dado que la histologia gonadal de la ostra perla solo ha sido reportada en poblaciones, naturales y que el desarrollo gametogenico es modulado por el ciclo de nutrientes, la produccion de gametos de una cohorte de juveniles deberia fluctuar de acuerdo a los componentes ambientales asociados al engorde y crecimiento hasta conformar la poblacion adulta.
Karyotyping and bar bodies from buccal mucosa can be used for the diagnosis; however, for final diagnosis, histological documentation of both types of gonadal epithelium is a must.
1977) or may be located in accessory structure(s) previously referred to as seminal vesicles (Eggert, 1931; Young and Fox, 1937) or sperm duct glands (Miller, 1984) and more recently as accessory gonadal structures, or AGS (Cole and Robertson, 1988) (see Fishelson, 1991 for summary).
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