Definition of Duct gland
1. Noun. A gland that secretes externally through a duct.
Generic synonyms: Gland, Secreter, Secretor, Secretory Organ
Specialized synonyms: Oil Gland, Sudoriferous Gland, Sweat Gland, Lachrymal Gland, Lacrimal Gland, Tear Gland, Pancreas, Bulbourethral Gland, Cowper's Gland, Cervical Glands, Cervical Glands Of The Uterus, Glandulae Cervicales Uteri, Seminal Vesicle, Digestive Gland, Salivary Gland, Mamma, Mammary Gland, Nabothian Gland, Vestibular Gland
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Literary usage of Duct gland
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1. An Outline of psychobiology by Knight Dunlap (1917)
"The simplest duct-gland is a pit or pocket in an epithelial surface, lined with secreting cells.17 This pit may be tubular in shape, whether straight or ..."
2. The American Journal of Clinical Medicine (1906)
"This mode of evolution seems to indicate that the ductless gland with an internal secretion is a higher stage of development of a duct gland with ..."
3. The Elements of Scientific Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1922)
"The duct of a duct gland may be dilated or constricted. By dilation, secretion may be allowed to accumulate in the duct, and later squeezed out by ..."
4. The Field of Disease: A Book of Preventive Medicine by Benjamin Ward Richardson (1884)
"These are duct gland*. Analyzing the facts further, we should detect that the duct glands do nut return all the blood they receive from their arteries by ..."