EFFECT OF MATING AND ITS FREQUENCY ON THE FRUCTOSE CONTENT OF THE COAGULATING GLANDS IN RATS

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Summary.

Male rats mated infrequently had consistently larger coagulating glands containing more fructose than unmated males, and the concentration of fructose in these glands was higher in four out of five experiments. However, males mated frequently had smaller glands and lower fructose content than males mated infrequently.

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