• EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT OF RABBIT

    FERTILISATION After ovulation, secondary oocyte is taken into the fallopian tube (oviduct) where it fuses with a sperm received during copulation. Thus fertilization is internal. An unusual feature is that an entire sperm enters the cytoplasm of...

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  • REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF MALE RABBIT

    In rabbit the sexes are separate i.e. unisexual and sexual dimorphism is well marked. The male reproductive organs include a pair of testes, a pair of epididymes, a pair of vasa deferentia, urethra, penis and some accessory glands. 1. TESTES The paired...

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  • EXCRETORY SYSTEM OF RABBIT

    EXCRETION - BASICS The amino acids which are transported to different tissues along with other food stuffs are involved in synthesis of essential proteins and some others for producing energy. The excess amino acids can not be stored in the animal....

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  • REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF FEMALE RABBIT

    The female reproductive organs include a pair of ovaries, a pair of oviducts, a pair of uteri, vagina, vestibule, clitoris and some accessory glands. 1. OVARIES The two ovaries are small, whitish, oval bodies, about 2 cm long. They are found behind the...

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  • COMPARISION: Female Reproductive System of Bird, Rabbit and Reptile

    FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM - CALOTES FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM - PEGION FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM - RABBIT 1. On the right and left sides two ovaries are present. 1. Only left ovary is present. A vestige of right ovary may occur. 1. A pair of ovaries...

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  • COMPARATIVE ANATOMY

    Definition of Comparative Anatomy: is a one of the branches of biology studying the similarities and differences of internal organs between different groups of organisms. The following topics are detailed discussed in simple words. COMPARATIVE ANATOMY:...

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  • COMPARATIVE ANATOMY: UROGENITAL ORGANS OF RABBIT AND FROG

    REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF MALE RABBIT AND FROG RABBIT FROG 1. Sexual dimorphism is well marked due to presence of penis and scrotal sacs containing tests only in male. 1. Not distinct. However, in male frog, base of first inner finger forms a thick...

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