Mehlis' gland

Mehlis' gland

[′mā·ləs ‚gland]
(invertebrate zoology)
One of the large unicellular glands around the ootype of flatworms.
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Reprouctive organs; ovary, oviduct, Mehlis' gland and uterus entirely intercaecal.
Uterus with regular, closely packed loops, overlapping cirrus sac posteriorly and ceca at some places, reaching up to the level of Mehlis' gland. Uterine loops 18 in number.