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Male Reproductive

Testosterone hormone produced in testes
Sex Characteristics heavier bones, broader shoulders, tough skin
Penissignals pituitary gland to release FSH & LSH to stimulate testes and produce testosterone sex organ for reproduction and urination
Testes produces sperm cells made up of coiled tubules in which sperm are produced
Epididymis structure of upper rear surface where sperm mature and gain ability to move -where sperm is stored
Seminal Vesicles 2 small glands secrete fluid made of sugar
Circumcision surgical removal of foreskin
scrotum sac-like pouch that holds testes and regulates their temp.
Vas defrens 18 inch tube receives sperm loops over bladder and join at urethra
Prostate produces fluid to keep sperm alive
Cowper's Gland 2 small glands that secrete clear,lubricating, fluid
Semen contains sperm and fluids from seminal vesicles, prostate, cow per's gland
Sterility when a person is unable to produce undefended testes or when one of testes doesn't descend into scrotum
Inguinal hernia part of intestines pushes into scrotum through weak spot in a wall near scrotum
Enlarged Prostate common in older men
Hypothalamus in Sperm Production signals pituitary gland to release FSH & LSH to stimulate testes and produce testosterone
Erection the erection of the male structure that swells with blood
Ejaculation the expelling of semen from the penis, brought about by the involuntary muscular contractions of orgasm.
Created by: allyseve