ductus deferens


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ductus deferens

[′dək·təs ′def·ə‚renz]
(anatomy)
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The juveniles exhibited epididymis and testes little differentiated from the epigonal organ and ampullae of the ductus deferens with a diameter of less than 0.
The ampulla of the ductus deferens in man: Morphological and ultrastructural aspects.
Fine structure of the lining epithelium of the ductus deferens in gerbil, a segmental study.
As noted previously the scrotum encases the testes, which are suspended from the abdominal cavity via the spermatic cord, which is connective tissue that supports the ductus deferens, lymphatics, nerves, and blood vessels that carry blood to and from the testes.
Length and calcification stage of claspers, width of epididymides, and the presence of seminal fluid in the ampullae of the ductus deferens were recorded from males.
Letters: Congenital absence of the ductus deferens.
Abstract: Vasectomy is done to produce infertility by surgically removing a portion of the ductus deferens from both testicles.
Ampulla A sac-like dilation of a duct, such as the ductus deferens and oviduct.
There are also reports of works on domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus) testis albunigeous tunic (Aire, 1979), seminiferous tubules (Marvan), testicular net (Aire, 1982 and Tingari), ductus deferens and epididymis (Marvan; Tingari; Tingari & Lake, 1972 and Aire, 1980), cloaca (Marvan) and interstitial tissue (Amer & Shahin and Rothwell, 1975).
Structure and function of the epithelium lining the ductuli efferentes; ductus epididymidis and ductus deferens in the rat.
MORPHOLOGY OF THE DUCTUS DEFERENS IN THE RABBIT (Orytolagus cuniculus)