seminal duct


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sem·i·nal duct

any one of the ducts conveying semen from the epididymis to the urethra, ductus deferens, or ejaculatory duct.
Synonym(s): gonaduct (1)

seminal duct

n.
Any of the ducts in human males that carry semen outward from the epididymis to the urethra, including the vas deferens and the ejaculatory duct.

seminal duct

[sem′inəl]
Etymology: L, semen, seed, ducere, to lead
any duct through which semen passes, such as the vas deferens or the ejaculatory duct.

sem·i·nal duct

(sem'i-năl dŭkt)
Any of the ducts conveying semen from the epididymis to the urethra, ductus deferens, or ejaculatory duct.
Synonym(s): gonaduct (1) .
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The females have large accessory glands entering into the initial part of the seminal ducts.
The genital organs are very similar; the male palp has a rounded bulb and embolus encircling it few times; the epigyne is very weakly sclerotized, with a central window, seminal ducts forming a few loops, and very long accessory glands.
223, seminal ducts very weakly sclerotized, membranous, visible when stained in Chlorazol Black E, forming two large loops; receptacles composed of few chambers, accessory glands very long and thin.
The internal structure is slightly similar to that in Langelurillus primus Prochniewicz, 1994 from Kenya, but differs having shorter seminal ducts and the spermathecae placed perpendicularly to the epigastric furrow (parallel in L.
Seminal ducts short; spermathecae strongly sclerotized, multi-chambered; accessory glands long (Fig.
The female of the new species is recognizable by the long seminal ducts forming several loops, which are clearly shorter in M.
The female has an epigyne with a clearly developed double pocket at the epigastric furrow, and long seminal ducts that form several loops.
The female may be distinguished by the presence of a pair of large pockets close to each other along the epigastric groove and the looping course of the seminal ducts.