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CC4H Poultry Oviduct Anatomy
poultry oviduct anatomy
Terms in this set (7)
The egg yolk is completely formed in the ovary. Once it is fully developed, the follicle ruptures, releasing it from the ovary.
The entrance of the oviduct where the yolk passes into.
40 to 50% of the white portion of the egg laid down.
10% of the albumen shell membrane is laid down; including the shape of the egg.
40% of the albumen shell is formed and the pigment of the cuticle is laid down.
Where the egg passes through as it is being laid.
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