preputial gland


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preputial gland

[prē′pyü·shəl ‚gland]
(anatomy)
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The vehicle-treated group also differed from the 1-mg group for the liver; the 3-, 9-, and 27-mg groups for the testis; the 9- and 27-mg groups for the lung; and the 27-mg group for the preputial gland.
The relative weights of the testes and preputial glands were significantly increased and that of the seminal vesicles was significantly decreased in test males.
The sons and fathers of 52 litters were killed during the study and their preputial gland weights and head widths measured.
1932, 1933a, 1933b), the preputial glands (Bulbring and Burn 1935; Korenchevsky 1932; Korenchevsky et al.