Definition of Ootype. Meaning of Ootype. Synonyms of Ootype

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Definition of Ootype

Ootype
Ootype O"["o]*type, n. [Gr. ? + -type.] (Zo["o]l.) The part of the oviduct of certain trematode worms in which the ova are completed and furnished with a shell.

Meaning of Ootype from wikipedia

- Mehlis' gland or s**** gland, the duct of which also opens in the ootype. The ootype is connected to an elongated uterus that opens to the exterior in...
- ('mā-lis-) also called S**** gland, is primarily present surrounding the ootype of Platyhelminthes, and it is a part of the female reproductive organ of...
- immediately proximal to **** and anterior to ootype. Bilateral and common vitelline ducts at level of ootype; vitellarium absent in regions of other reproductive...
- located on the anterior half of the body. A short oviduct conducts to the ootype, which continues with the uterine tube. In this tube it is possible to find...
- vitelline glands (involved in yolk and egg-s**** production) with ducts, the ootype (a chamber where eggs are formed), a complex collection of glands cells...
- numerous testes, more posterior. The oötype wall has longitudinal rows of large cells (a structure called "ootype côtelé" by Euzet & Maillard, 1974). The...
- midlength, with dorsoventral distal loop around right intestinal ce****; ootype lying to left of body midline, with well-developed Mehlis’ gland; uterus...
- Qiang, Wang; Zi-kui, Zhao; Xiao-lin, Wang; Yan-gen, Jiang (2011). "New ootypes of dinosaur eggs from the Late Cretaceous in Tiantai Basin, Zhejiang Province...
- genital system comprises a complex ovary, a genito-intestinal canal, an ootype, a uterus and a medio-dorsal unarmed ****. Species of Anchoromicrocotyle...
- with elongate dorsoventral distal loop around right intestinal ce****; ootype lying slightly to left of body midline, with well-developed Mehlis’ gland...
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