ejaculatory duct

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ejaculatory duct

[i′jak·yə·lə‚tȯr·ē ′dəkt]
(anatomy)
The terminal part of the ductus deferens after junction with the duct of a seminal vesicle, embedded in the prostate gland and opening into the urethra.
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30) curved, with oblong apical dilatation, 2 ventral humps in the middle, sclerotized end tube of ductus ejaculatorius moderately long, weakly sinuous.
The ductus ejaculatorius duplex was transected with a forceps just proximal to the prostatic part (ductus ejaculatorius simplex) and accessory glands and rinsed in 100 [micro]L of HEPES-KOH buffer at pH 7.0 and transferred to 50 [micro]L of 0.3 M HEPES-KOH buffer at pH 7.0 containing 20 mg/mL bovine serum albu min (BSA).
We used the following abbreviations: AED: Aedeagus, CU: Cucullus, DU.EJ: Ductus ejaculatorius, JX: Juxta, PUP/ RJ: Punjabi University, Patiala/ Rahul Joshi collection, SA: Saccus, SL: Sacculus, SL.: Saccular projection, TG: Tegumen, UN: Uncus, VES: Vesica, VIN: Vinculum, VLA: Valvula.