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RTK Mutations and Human Syndromes
Leprechaunism (Donohue syndrome, autosomal recessive, prognosis is quite dire, with early death usual (most patients die in their first year) except in milder forms of the disease, but few are known to have lived longer.
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BIS 104 Practice Question 11
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Male Reproductive Anatomy
NPB 121 Winter 2009
Drawing of the reproductive tract of the bull
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Diagram of the reproductive system
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