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In vesiculotomy great care must be taken not to cut the vas deferens.
The fact that the Mllerian duct serves as oviduct, and the Wolffian duct as vas deferens.
The vas deferens in these animals is smaller than in man; and therefore offers greater difficulty in the suturing.
There are two of these vesicles, from each a small duct joins the vas deferens making up what is known as the ejaculatory duct.
This epithelium is found lining parts of the respiratory passages, the vas deferens and the epididymis.
Analogy would certainly lead us to expect the ureter to serve in Ganoids as the vas deferens.
The main function of the Wolffian duct in the male is, however, that of a vas deferens.
The arrangement of the terminal portions of the vas deferens is precisely that described by Moseley.
vas deferens vas def·er·ens (vās' děf'ər-ənz, -ə-rěnz')
n. pl. vasa def·er·en·ti·a (děf'ə-rěn'shē-ə)
The main secretory duct of the testicle, through which semen is carried from the epididymis to the prostatic urethra, where it ends as the ejaculatory duct. Also called deferent duct, spermatic duct, spermiduct.