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Reproduction ;)


Testis 2; makes sperm and testosterone; size of a bug olive
Scrotum A sac that holds the testis
Epididymis 2; on the back of each testis; where the sperm is fully matured and stored
Vas Deferens 2; carries sperm from epididymis to the urethra
Seminal Vesicles 2; attached to vas deferens; adds sugar fluid to sperm and protects sperm from the acids of vagina
Prostate Gland 1; adds fluid to sperm
Bolbourethral Glad 2; adds fluid to sperm
Urethra 1; goes through the penis; carries semen and urine
Erection When long erect penis fills with blood and hardens
Ejaculation Semen leaves through the urethra of penis
Head of penis Genetic material/ chromatin/ nucleus
Midpiece of penis Lots of mitochondria....Energy
Tail of penis Moves for swimming
Ovaries 2; makes eggs with follicle and estrogen
Fallopian tubes 2; connects ovaries to uterus; where egg is fertilized
Uterus 1; holds holds baby; lining rips through the cycle
Cervix 1; opening to the uterus
Created by: lkopp