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Oviduct

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noun, plural: oviducts

Any of the pair of ducts or tubes in female reproductive organ through which an ovum passes from the ovary to the uterus (as in mammals) or to the outside (as in oviparous animals).


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Word origin: NL ┼Źviductus.

Related forms: oviducal, oviductal (adjective).

Synonym: fallopian tube, gonaduct, salpinx, uterine tube.


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... the process. The answer lie between mitosis and fertilization. Fertilization occurs internally when the sperms meet the ovum as it passes dowm the oviduct and they fuse together. The nucleus of the sperm and the egg must be fused before the genetic materials of the both parents can be effectively ...

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