In-vitro spontaneous electrical activity of rat efferent ductules.

  • Antti Talo
  • Published 1981 in Journal of reproduction and fertility

Abstract

In rats, the branching pattern of uncoiled ductuli efferentes varied; mostly 5-8 ductuli joined in pairs and formed a single terminal ductule which joined the ductus epididymidis inside the epididymal capsule. Ciliary beat and contractions moved the luminal contents in both directions. Myoelectrical activity of the smooth muscle layer consisted of slow waves of about 4 sec duration and their frequency declined distally.

Cite this paper

@article{Talo1981InvitroSE, title={In-vitro spontaneous electrical activity of rat efferent ductules.}, author={Antti Talo}, journal={Journal of reproduction and fertility}, year={1981}, volume={63 1}, pages={17-20} }