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copulatory

pertaining to or emanating from copulation.

copulatory apparatus
those parts of the genital organs involved in copulation; the penis, vulva and vagina. Term used in relation to birds where genitalia are concealed.
copulatory inability
the male is able to maintain an erection but unable to penetrate the female.
copulatory tie
during the second stage of coitus the male dog dismounts and faces the opposite way to the bitch but they remain locked together by their genitals for some minutes. Called also genital lock.
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The term epigynum refers to the external parts and the term vulva refers to the internal parts of the female copulatory organ.
Using these measures, the following parameters were computed % mounted, % intromitted, % ejaculated, copulatory efficiency (number intromissions / number of mounts + number intromission) and inter copulatory interval.
2003 from the gills of Iheringidhthys labrosus in the following characteristics: similar accessory piece of the male copulatory organ, ventral and dorsal bars V-shaped, and accessory piece associated with half of the male copulatory organ.
Frequency and consequences of damage to male copulatory organs in a widow spider.
Dunkle (1990) reported that copulatory activity occurs for 15-20 minutes which was also found in this work.
The creature, an ostracode, lived 425million years ago and was buried under the ash from a volcano, which perfectly preserved details of all its soft parts - including one the experts labelled a "stout copulatory organ".
To date we know of two sex attractants (a female-produced male attractant and a male-produced female attractant) to allow the opposite sexes to find each other; two copulation-release pheromones (one female- and one male-produced) to induce the copulatory behaviour; and a male-produced anti-aphrodisiac.
For example, male quail increase the amount of time they spend near an arbitrary object that signals a copulatory event, a response referred to as "conditioned approach" behavior.
Dolly attend her daughter's first day as a hard-core actor and as we hear copulatory groans emanating from a couch in the distance the camera pulls back into an indifferent, deserted patio.
Effects of novelty on copulatory behavior: The Coolidge effect and related phenomena.