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baculum

(băk′yə-ləm)
n. pl. bacu·la or bacu·lums
The bone of the penis of many mammals, including most rodents, carnivores, and nonhuman primates. Also called os penis.
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Our morphological comparisons of bacula from these two taxa provide further support for their species status (Fig.
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Skulls, lower jaws and bacula were bleached by using hydrogen peroxide H2O2 (40 %) and measured precisely by using a sensitive caliper of 0.
In addition, bacula and karyology of the specimens were analyzed according to Lidicker (1968), Ford and Hamerton (1956) and Patton (1967).
A comparative study of the bacula of woodrats (subfamily Neotominae).
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For cranial and bacular measurements the skulls and bacula were prepared and measured following Bates et al.
Before preparing their skulls and bacula, the external body measurements were recorded using a digital vernier caliper (0-150 mm) following Bates et al.