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Over some 7 days, a garden snail forms a 9-millimeter-long, sharpened shaft in a gland near the opening of its reproductive tract. As two snails wriggle around, positioning themselves to pump sperm into the reproductive tract of each other, each launches its dart toward each other's body.
Samples from the heart, ovarian mass, reproductive tract (oviduct and ovary), liver, spleen, lung, air sac, and kidney were submitted for histopathologic examination.
PCBs can act as endocrine-disrupting agents that presumably exert deleterious effects on the gonads and the reproductive tract because of their estrogenic and/or anti-estrogenic activity (Kholkute et al.
The walls of the reproductive tract are angled in such a way that when a sperm approaches these bottlenecks, it's bounced from side to side and forced back.
It is thought that a common bacteria called E Coli from faeces can transfer into the reproductive tract and multiply within the womb.
24 ( ANI ): It came to light with a recent study that changes to the communities of microbes living in the reproductive tract of pregnant women could help to spot those at risk of giving birth prematurely.
Studies from developing countries have reported that almost half of women had reproductive tract infections (RTI), every tenth woman suffered from uterine prolapse (one of the worst gynecological morbidities), half had menstrual problems, and a significant proportion had problems related to infertility.5-8
In women, this can lead to infection in the reproductive tract and pelvic organs, and fertility problems.
Seeding to the male reproductive tract may frequently occur in the context of viremia because the bloodtestes/deferens/epididymis barriers are imperfect barriers to viruses, especially in the presence of systemic or local inflammation (4).
The incidence of mesenchymal tumors arising from reproductive tract of large animals is relatively low (Anderson and Sandison, 1969).
Male reproductive tract have active water transportation and secretion, rats with reduced reabsorption of fluid in reproductive tract have been shown subfertile or infertile (Alves et al., 2015).

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