And also for the copulatory organs which also become more and more female.
No accessory glands or copulatory organs are ever present in Lamellibranchs.
Similarly, the male requires the stimulus of a meal of rat's blood before it displays any copulatory activity.
When trapped two days later, she had a copulatory plug, and 21 days after this she was found with a newborn litter in a trap.
It lodges the copulatory organ, and on its dorsal wall lies the bursa Fabricii, an organ peculiar to birds.
The last pair of thoracic limbs are usually modified in the male into copulatory organs.
early 15c., "to join," from Latin copulatus, past participle of copulare "join together, couple, bind, link, unite," from copula "band, tie, link," from PIE *ko-ap-, from *ko(m)- "together" + *ap- "to take, reach." Sexual sense attested from 1630s. Related: Copulated; copulating.
copulate cop·u·late (kŏp'yə-lāt')
v. cop·u·lat·ed, cop·u·lat·ing, cop·u·lates
To engage in coitus or sexual intercourse.