Distribution of coelomic cilia within the body cavity of the female frog
(Left) Schematic section through the level of the ovaries.
(Right) Schematic drawing of the open body cavity. The cilia in the body cavity of the female develop in response to the elaboration of an ovarian hormone, and function in propelling the eggs to the two ostia.
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