Cowper's gland

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Cowper's gland:

see reproductive systemreproductive system,
in animals, the anatomical organs concerned with production of offspring. In humans and other mammals the female reproductive system produces the female reproductive cells (the eggs, or ova) and contains an organ in which development of the fetus takes
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Cowper's gland

[′küp·ərz ‚gland]
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For Cowper's glands, the normalized dose-response curves produced by the laboratories were similar above a dose of 30 mg/kg/day p,p'-DDE.
On the other hand, the LAB values of the ventral prostate and Cowper's glands were smaller than the values of the other organs, and the percentage weight change relative to the control value at the highest dose was the greatest in the ventral prostate.
Lab 4 weighed the prostate, seminal vesicle, and Cowper's glands after fixation, whereas the other laboratories measured the weights of fresh organs; the changes in organ weight among the laboratories were essentially similar.