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Origin: L.

1. A narrow-necked vessel having two handles and bellying out like a jug.

2. A cruet for the wine and water at mass. The vase in which the holy oil for chrism, unction, or coronation is kept.

3. (Science: biology) Any membranous bag shaped like a leathern bottle, as the dilated end of a vessel or duct; especially the dilations of the semicircular canals of the ear.

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Female and male sex cell question

... http://www.irishhealth.com/content/image/550/Image1.jpg --- Male route: Testis - ductus efferentes - epididymis - vas defferens - (ampulla, ductus ejaculatorius) - penile urethra Glands: vesicula seminalis, bulbourethral glands, prostate glands, etc. http://www.cvm.okstate.edu/instruction/mm_curr/histology/images/MRSDia1.jpg

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Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:18 am
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Topic: Female and male sex cell question
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... or inactivate. The wet dream is a phenomenon of high level of testosteron produced and the empty of mature spermatozoa (fertile) that fill up ampulla or ejaculatory duct. You yourselves said about "full set", yes it is. Just like a stuff production in a factory, after it achieves the quota ...

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Wed Dec 07, 2005 10:50 am
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Topic: Masturbation & Health
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... This definetely takes time and too expensive if everytime we work on blood donation we have to to extraction. As far as I know, the blood pocket (ampulla) already contains anticoagulant to prevent donor's blood from coagulation. This substance already contains anticoagulant factors, including ...

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Fri Jul 29, 2005 6:56 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Spleen
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