Male amphibians have a rudimentary ovary which is also known as.....

Options :
  1. Bidder's organ
  2. Columella
  3. Cloaca
  4. They do not have a rudimentary ovary
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1


Bidder's organ is a spherical, brownish organ in any member of the family Bufonidae, or simply, toads. The organ is located just in front of the kidney, or, mesonephros. It is formed at the cranial tip of the male and female gonad during the larval stage. Normally it is inactive and contains miniature follicles which have the capability to mature. However, the Bidder's organ only develops into an ovary when testes are removed experimentally or not functioning properly

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