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  1. Reproductive System of a Rooster | eHow

    Jun 29, 2011 · Reproductive System of a Rooster. Why do some chicken eggs end up as cute, fluffy little chicks and others end up in the refrigerated section of your ...

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  1. Reproductive System - University of Missouri

    Slide 6 of 7

    animalsciences.missouri.edu/reprod/AnatomyMale/poultry/sld006.htm
  1. Avian Reproductive System —Male - eXtension

    An understanding of the male avian reproductive system is useful for anyone who breeds chickens or other poultry. One remarkable aspect of the male avian reproductive ...

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  1. Rooster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A rooster also known as a chicmen or cock is a male gallinaceous bird, usually a male chicken (Gallus gallus). Mature male chickens (or chicmen) less than one year ...

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  1. The Reproductive System of Male Pigs | eHow

    Aug 07, 2010 · The male pig’s reproductive system is comprised of the testes, the epidiymes, the ampullae and the seminal vesicles,2000 all of which are paired.

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  1. Reproductive system of hen - Upload, Share, and Discover ...

    Nov 26, 2012 · Transcript 1. Female Reproductive Tract Ovary Infundibulum - site of fertilization Magnum - albumin ...

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  1. The RoosterPoultry — Penn State Extension

    The male fowl has two testes that are situated along its back. These never descend into an external scrotum, as do those of other farm animals.

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  1. Reproductive System Problems - Keeping Chickens, Ducks ...

    Articles and information on reproductive system disorders, including egg laying problems. eg infertility, laying difficulty, swollen abdomen and prolapse.

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  1. Anatomy and Physiology of Animals/Reproductive System ...

    Objectives . After completing this section, you should know: the role of mitosis and meiosis in the production of gametes (sperm and ova) that gametes are haploid cells

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