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Deposition of jelly on the frog's egg

(Top) String of eggs removed from the oviduct to show the deposition of jelly. The jelly is swollen in water.

(Bottom) Frog's eggs showing varying amounts of jelly, indicating progressive deposition along the oviduct. (A) From upper third of oviduct. (B) From middle of oviduct. (C) From body cavity (no jelly). (D) From uterus.


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Reference

Rugh R. Book - The Frog Its Reproduction and Development. (1951) The Blakiston Company.


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