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Perforatorium

perforatorium
A rod or fibrous cone located between the acrosome and the anterior pole of the nucleus in the spermatozoa of toads and birds; no corresponding structure evident in the subacrosomal space of mammalian spermatozoa.
Origin: L. Per-foro, pp. -foratum, to bore, – -orium, instrumental suffix


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