intromittent


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in·tro·mit·tent

(in'trō-mit'ĕnt),
Conveying or sending into a body or cavity.
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in·tro·mit·tent

(in'trō-mit'ĕnt)
Conveying or sending into a body or cavity.
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intromittent

(ĭn-trō-mĭt′ĕnt)
Conveying or injecting into a cavity or body.
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The black perch intromittent organs were first described by Agassiz (1853) who documented a smooth patch located on the anal fin with a surrounding sheath with a burrow to house the intromittent organ.
We used paraffin histological techniques to describe the black perch spermatocyte and intromittent organ morphology.
The spermatozeugmata are presumable transferred into the female reproductive tract during copulation via one of the intromittent organs.
Examination of the tissue of the anal fin of black perch < 90 mm SL that had not yet developed intromittent organs revealed that tissue of the presumptive intromittent organ was present (Fig.
Epigynum (Fig.17): hood of guide pocket arched anteriorly; intromittent orifices wider apart than in M.
Female epigynum with central hood, intromittent orifices situated at both sides of hood, spermathecae usually small and tubular (Ono 1988).