noun: A tube through which the ova pass from the ovary to the uterus or to the outside.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The ovaries of the bird are in the small of the back close to the backbone, and there is a tube called the oviduct or egg-duct, leading from the ovary down to the lower end of the intestine, which it enters.
After the eggs hatch within the oviduct they ingest nutritive fluids.
My lawn has always been weedy, but this spring, it is especially bad: fewer blades of fescue, more eruptions of splotchy, leafy plants that look like they belong in those bags of pre-washed salad you get at the supermarket -- plus one massive dandelion that I expect to climb any day now in search of a waterbird capable of squirting precious metals out of its oviduct.
If the oviduct, downstream from the ovary, is infected, the microbe is more likely to end up in the white.
The lower oviduct (the equivalent of the vagina in birds) is typically a simple tube.