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health les.3 DMS7

health lesson 3 chapter 12 DMS scua 7th grade

The process by which living organisms produce others of their own kind reproduction
the body organs and structures that make it possible to produce children reproductive system
male reproductive cells sperm
a pair of glands that produce sperm testes
a mixture of sperm and fluids that protect sperm and carry them throughout the tubes of the male reproductive system Semen
This is a small tube that travels from the bladder along the length of the penis urethra
a pouch that contains the testes Scrotum
made of a spongy tissue. It has blood vessels. The Urethra runs through this penis
this collection of tubes is located next to the testes. Mature sperm are stored here Epididymis
This gland produces fluids that protect the sperm and help the sperm move through the reproductive system prostate gland
There are ___ to ____ million sperm cells in each ejaculation 3 to 4
testes, penis, scrotum, urethra, prostate gland, epididymis, vas deferent, bladder, rectum, semi-cal testicles, and copper glands the male reproductive system
the male reproductive system testes, penis, scrotum, urethra, prostate gland, epididymis, vas deferent, bladder, rectum, semi-cal testicals, and copper glands
the intestines are held in by a layer of muscles Inguinal
A limp or swelling of the testicles, and pain or tenderness in the testicles, abdomen, or groin, may be signs of this testicle cancer
Within the scrotum, the cord in the structure can become twisted around the testicle. Blood flow is cut off to the testicle causing pain, swelling, or tenderness Testicular torsion
The tissue of the prostate gland can become cancerous, this condition is more likely for older men Prostate cancer
male who produce no sperm, may happen untreated STD's, drugs, exposure to pesticides, lead, or dangerous amounts of radiation sterility
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