cloacal


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clo·a·cal

(klō-ā'kăl),
Pertaining to the cloaca.

clo·a·cal

(klō-ā'kăl)
Pertaining to the cloaca.

cloacal

emanating from or pertaining to cloaca.

cloacal kiss
the contact which occurs during insemination in birds when the vent of the female is everted exposing the cloacal mucosa against which the phallus of the male is pressed.
cloacal membrane
caudal boundary of the cloaca; membranous in the embryo, ruptured during organogenesis.
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The incidence of cloacal exstrophy is estimated to be one in 2.
En la Figura 1 se muestra una foto de una vista lateral y una frontal de la glandula cloacal en una codorniz japonesa.
Encontramos diferencia estadisticas significativas entre machos y hembras adultos en las siguientes variables: longitud rostro cloacal media (ANOVA, F [1.
Ademas de vacunar, se realizo una extraccion de sangre y toma de un hisopo cloacal a todas las aves para realizar un analisis serologico y deteccion de virus respectivamente.
Este trabajo tiene el objetivo de determinar la flora aerobia microbiana, nasal y cloacal, de la tortuga lora (Lepidochelys olivacea).
Cloacal swabs from one turtle yielded a mixture of S.
Cloacal specimens, obtained from 46 turtles by a cloacal flush using sterile lactated Ringer's solution and a disposable plastic pipette, were cultured for bacteria using an SS agar plate which is selective for gram negative enteric bacteria and is especially sensitive for Salmonella isolation (Kodjio et al.
3 In a few reported cases, origin from sweat glands, urethra, Skene's glands, ectopic mammary glands, and cloacal remnants has been suggested.
Two similar observational accounts of Coast Horned Lizard (P corn utum) copulation (Hewatt 1937, Milne 1938) also record the male's grasping of the female's horns in his mouth, and the upward twisting position of her posterior to meet the male's cloacal area.
Male cloacal glands of Plethodon cinereus and Plethodon dorsalis (Amphibia: Plethodontidae).
Young males of the bearded tit grow hardly any so-called cloacal protuberance when isolated from females, report Andreas Sax and Herbert Hoi of the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Comparative Ethology in Vienna in the October Auk.