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How to use ureters in a sentence
The ureters in both sexes dilate as in other Ganoids at their posterior extremities, and unite with one another.
In the male the dilated portion of the ureters is divided into a series of partitions which are not present in the female.
The ureters are also much narrower than in previously described Ganoids and, after coalescing, open into the united oviducts.
In Amia (vide Hyrtl) there is a pair of Mllerian ducts which, as well as the ureters, open into a dilated vesicle.
Nine or possibly ten distinct ureters, whose arrangement is diagrammatically represented in fig. 1, Pl.