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deferent

 [def´er-ent]
conducting or progressing away, as from a center or specific site of reference.

deferens

/def·er·ens/ (def´er-ens) [L.] deferent; see ductus deferens.

deferens

[def′ərenz]
Etymology: L
carrying away. Also deferent.

deferens

[L.] deferent.
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In summary, the presence of spermatophores in vas deferens and/or the external morphology of gonad reproductive system (enlarged, milky white, and occupied most of the body cavity) are commonly used as a yardstick to determine physiological maturity in males (Table 1).
8 F = female; M = male; SD = square degree; FPL = average female penis length; RPL = relative penis length index (= FPL-average male penis length x 100); VDS = vas deferens sequence index; --= no occurrence.
chocolata, sex corroborated by gonadal histological analysis, had prostate gland tissue in the mantle cavity, a pseudopenis and vas deferens at different levels of development.
2,3) Interestingly, patients in whom the urologist expects difficulty accessing the vas deferens and decides to operate under general anaesthesia, are also patients with a difficult airway.
The CZ, which is considered to be the human counterpart of the mouse AP lobes, is a cone-shaped region that surrounds the vas deferens, and occupies about 25% of the prostate volume.
Sodium arsenite intoxication significantly decreased the testis, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, and seminal vesicle weights.
Dr Jackson Kirkman-Brown of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, said: "There's 24 to 48 hours to find sperm in the vas deferens.
Physical examination will help determine if the vas deferens is present in the scrotum.
At 109 and 110 day-old sturgeon, developing testicular tissue was observed and included the presence of seminiferous tubules and vas deferens.
Spermatophores from the anterior and posterior vas deferens of three mature adult males of A.