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  1. Reproductive System of a Rooster | eHow

    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 favorite grocer?

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  1. Rooster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

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  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. The Reproductive System of Male Pigs | eHow

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

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  1. Reproductive System Questions including "Can fallopian ...

    Reproductive System Questions including "Can fallopian tubes blocked at the entrance be cleared by drug induced menstruation" and "What are the male reproductive organs"

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  1. Chapter 5. MALE AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS

    Chapter 5. MALE AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS. This chapter begins with a description of the male and female reproductive systems followed by a section on …

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  1. Estrogen in the adult male reproductive tract: A review

    Jul 09, 2003 · The potential sources of estrogen in the male reproductive tract are illustrated in Fig. Fig.2. 2. Although the concentration of estradiol is known for ...

    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › … › Reprod Biol Endocrinol › v.1; 2003
  1. The Rooster's Role in Egg Production - royalrooster on ...

    No. Chickens, like female humans, don't need a male in order to ovulate. If the aim is to produce baby chicks, then fertilization and therefore the rooster are necessary.

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  1. This Explains Why a Chicken Doesn't Need a Rooster to Lay ...

    Who needs a rooster? The chicken, or the egg? Neither. Just in case you would like a little brush-up on chicken reproductive systems, here's a lovely poster that ...

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  1. Estrogen and Testosterone - Partnerships for Environmental ...

    Title: Estrogen and Testosterone Author: Ljlab Last modified by: Ljlab Created Date: 10/16/2007 4:12:36 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)

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