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Immunolocalization and ultrastructural changes of LH gonadotropes in relation to testicular activity and sperm storage in the male Cape horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus capensis



Immunolocalization and ultrastructural changes of LH gonadotropes in relation to testicular activity and sperm storage in the male Cape horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus capensis



South African Journal of Science, 884: 234-236




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