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Male Reproductive SystemH

Gonads primary sex organs (Testes - male) (Ovaries - female)
3 accessory glands: seminal vesicles, prostate gland, bulbourethral glands
Dortis Muscle when temperature contracts (shrinkage)
Scrotum external positioning -- keeps testes 3 degrees/centimeters lower than core body
Muscles of scrotum: Dartos - smooth muscle that wrinkles scrotal skin. Cremaster - bands of skeletal muscle that elevate testes
Tunics testes surrounded by 2 layers
Seminiferous tubles produce sperm
Spermatic cord encloses PNS & SNS nerve fibers blood vessels, lymphatics that supply testes
Glans Penis soft glistening part or tip of penis
Ismega collection of body tissue and sweat under foreskin
Created by: sgaston712