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I agree twins

A 30-year-old female delivers identical, male twins. During development of the smaller twin, there was a defect in the mesonephric (wolffian) duct. Which of the following structures will develop normally in the smaller twin?
A. Prostate gland
B. Seminal vesicles
C. Epididymis
D. Ductus deferens
E. Ejaculatory duct
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A 30-year-old female delivers identical, male twins. During development of the smaller twin, there was a defect in the mesonephric (wolffian) duct. Which of the following structures will develop normally in the smaller twin?
A. Prostate gland
B. Seminal vesicles
C. Epididymis
D. Ductus deferens
E. Ejaculatory duct
A. Prostate gland
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A 30-year-old female delivers identical, male twins. During development of the smaller twin, there was a defect in the mesonephric (wolffian) duct. Which of the following structures will develop normally in the smaller twin?
A. Prostate gland
B. Seminal vesicles
C. Epididymis
D. Ductus deferens
E. Ejaculatory duct
the ans is A
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SEED develops from mesonehric duct



Prostate gland (A) is exception
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its A. Prostrate gland.
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Yep SEED
A. Prostate gland
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prostate is the answer
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definitely a
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SEED develops from mesonehric duct



Prostate gland (A) is exception
seed .. nice one. yes ans is prostate cuz it is made by testo!
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Correct Answer answer

The correct answer is A.
The prostate gland develops from the urogenital sinus, along with the corpus spongiosum and bulbourethral glands of Cowper. The seminal vesicles, epididymis, ejaculatory duct and ductus defers develop from the mesonephric (Wolffian) duct.
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