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Cuticular lining in the genital chamber of the cricket - an obstacle to prostaglandin diffusing?

Cuticular lining in the genital chamber of the cricket - an obstacle to prostaglandin diffusing?

International Journal of Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, 122: 213-216

The presence of a cuticular layer in the genital chamber as well as in other genital organs of the female of Teleogryllus commodus is described.

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