bulbourethral gland

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bulbourethral gland

[¦bəl·bō·yu̇′rēth·rəl ‚gland]
(anatomy)
Either of a pair of compound tubular glands, anterior to the prostate gland in males, which discharge into the urethra. Also known as Cowper's gland.
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The ultrastructure of the human bulbo-urethral gland. J.
Electron micrograph of bulbo-urethral gland during prebreeding period showing acinar cell containing laige basally placed nucleus (N).
Electron micrograph of the acinar cells of bulbo-urethral gland during the prebreeding period showing large number of electron dense granules (Sg) of various sizes and electron densities surrounded by cisternae of rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER).