preputial gland


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preputial gland

[prē′pyü·shəl ‚gland]
(anatomy)
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ANOVA followed by Holm-Bonferroni correction produced significant effects of treatment for the heart, F(4,30) = 8.35, p <0.001; lung, F(4,30) = 7.31, p = 0.002; testis, F(4,30) = 11.13, p<0.001; epididymis, F(4,30) = 13.76, p< 0.001; VC gland, F(4,30) = 4.43, p = 0.020; preputial gland, F(4,30) = 6.98, p = 0.002; liver, F(4,30) = 4.61, p = 0.020; kidney, F(4,30) = 8.06, p = 0.001; and serum, F(4,30) = 18.32, p <0.001.
The [h.sup.2]-values ([+ or -] SE) for the variables most closely related to dominance, preputial gland weight and urine marking, were 0.767 ([+ or -] 0.194) and 0.531 ([+ or -] 0.156), respectively [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
After 30 days, 10 male mice from the treated and 10 from the control groups were sacrificed by cervical dislocation under light ether anesthesia, and the weights of the body, paired testes, preputial glands and seminal vesicles (stripped of fluid) were measured.
1932, 1933a, 1933b), the preputial glands (Bulbring and Burn 1935; Korenchevsky 1932; Korenchevsky et al.