APC100 Bird and Fish Reproductive Systems pdf

APC100 Bird and Fish Reproductive Systems pdf - Bird and...

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Bird and Fish Reproductive Systems Katie Klooster APC 100 Winter 2011
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Bird Reproduction
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The Male Bird
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Seminal glomus
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Cloacal Kiss
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A. vas deferens B. Urideum C. Proctodeum D. pocket to contain phallus E. erectile wall of phallus F inverted hollow tube of phallus G. phallic sulcus H. erectile tissue I. erect phallus with blind hollow tube
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A few notes on the Bird phallus Erection is lymphatic not vascular Commonly seen in waterfowl Usually kept in the phallus sac in the ventral portion of the cloaca In birds and reptiles semen is transported through a groove on the exterior of thepenis
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Lymphatic cavity Sulcus spermaticus Outer layer of collogen Inner layer of collogen Keritinized epithelium
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The Female Bird
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Hierarchy of Follicular Development Hierarchical (10-40mm) Pre-Hierarchical ~20% atresia (5-7mm) Thousands (0-5mm)
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ciliated. Oviduct Portion Function Infundibulum The first layer of dense albumin is added to the egg in the 15 minutes that it spends there. This is also the site of fertilization
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course APC 100 taught by Professor Kelliewhited during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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