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Synonyms for testis

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Male gonads in growth stage (III) occurred more frequently in February of 2014 (40%) and in January of 2015 (77%; Fig.
For the ar gene, the expression in the male gonad was statistically different from that in the anal fin (p [less than or equal to] 0.05), in the body kidney (p [less than or equal to] 0.01), and in the white muscle (p [less than or equal to] 0.01), the highest levels being found in the gonad but not different from that in liver (Figure 2(a)).
nudus was extracted from male gonad usingTrizol reagent (Invitrogen CA USA) and approximately 20g of total RNA was used for solexa sequencing (Wei et al.2011).
We have established and updated the definition of female, transitional, and male gonad classes concomitant with the current and revised gonadal terminology.
The key to understanding the etiology of this condition is the fact that differentiation of the male gonad occurs before that of the female.
The ratio of female to male gonad volume varied significantly between species, although the range was only five-fold.
The next evolutionary development of male gonad occurred in central gonad crest.
Next, female and male gonad serotonin concentrations (ng/g of gonad wet weight) were analyzed separately.
In this species, sex determination/differentiation of genes as dmrt2 (doublesex/mab-3 related family of transcription factors) has been characterized and found to be highly expressed at key developmental stages as blastula and during male gonad maturation (Shi et al.
Germ cells: a new source of estrogens in the male gonad. Mol Cell Endocrinol 178:65-72.
The male gonad is smaller than the female gonad, therefore the male fish requires less stored energy for gonadal development and it may start to mature earlier than females.
galloprovincialis ripe male gonad, Lim-1 positive signals (i.e., a major 60-kDa and a minor 65-kDa band) were detected in somatic gonad tissues, but not in sperm cells (Fig.