ductuli efferentes

ductuli efferentes

connect the rete testis with the ductus epididymis.
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Ductuli efferentes of the male Golden Syrian hamster reproductive tract.
Aromatase immunolocalization in human ductuli efferentes and proximal ductus epididymis.
Micropuncture and cannulation studies of fluid composition and transport in the ductuli efferentes testis of the rat: comparisons with the homologous metanephric proximal tubule.
Regional differences in the morphology of ductuli efferentes of the goat.
Structure and function of the epithelium lining the ductuli efferentes, ductus epididymis, and ductus deferens in the rat.
The ductuli efferentes of the epididymal region of birds.
The ultrastructure of the epithelium of the ductuli efferentes testis in the common starling (Sturnus vulgaris).
Morphological investigations of the surface epithelium of ductuli efferentes of black isogenic mice (Mus musculus).
Arrangement, ultrastructure and adrenergic innervation of smooth musculature of the ductuli efferentes, ductus epididymidis and ductus deferens of man.
Morphological investigations on the surface epithelium of ductuli efferentes of black isogenic mice (Mus musculus).
Spermatozoa are carried in a large amount of secreted fluid from the seminiferous epithelium and rete testis into the torturous efferent ducts or ductuli efferentes, usually, about 13 to 15 in number, located adjacent to the head of the epididymis and opening into the epididymal duct.