vitellarium

(from the article `flatworm`) ...but only one or two ovaries are usually present in these flatworms. The female system is unusual in that it is separated into two structures: the ...
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vitellarium

In cestodes and trematodes, a common chamber receiving vitelline (yolk) material from the two vitelline ducts; the yolk material then passes into the ootype to surround the ovum with nutritive vitelline granules that are enclosed by a characteristically formed eggshell. ... Synonym: vitelline reservoir. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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vitellarium

Type: Term Pronunciation: vit′ĕl-lar′ē-ŭm Definitions: 1. In cestodes and trematodes, a common chamber receiving vitelline (yolk) material from the two vitelline ducts; the yolk material then passes into the ootype to surround the ovum with nutritive vitelline granules that are enclosed by a characteristically formed eggs...
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vitellarium

vitellarium 1. The part of the ovary in some invertebrates that produces yolk-filled cells providing nourishment to the developing eggs. 2. That part of the ovary in certain flatworms that produces yolk filled cells.
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