Female reproductive system - fallopian tube, Biology

FALLOPIAN TUBE -

Fertilisation occur in it. 10-12 cm long muscular tube. It is supported by double fold of peritonium.

It shows 4 regions -

(i) Infundibulum - Broad, funnel shaped proximal part. It margin bears fimbriae. In funnel ostium aperture present. From it eggs enter into duct.

(ii) Ampulla - Long, wide, thin walled.

(iii) Isthmus - Very short, narrow thick walled straight part.

(iv) Uterine part - It is narrow, communicate with uterine cavity.

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