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Unit 3H

Male Reproductive System

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Sperm courses though the organs of the Male RS in the following order : 1.Testes(scrotom) 2. Epididymis 3. Ductus Deferens 4. Seminal vesical 5. Ejaculatory Duct 6. Prostate Gland 7. Urethra 8. Penis
Testes= plural , ____= Singular Testis
a testis is the male gonad that contains many ________ tubules that function in the production of the male sex cell _____ or _____ and the male hormone called _______ Seminiferous, sperm, spermatoza , testosterone
their are _#_ testes in the male RS 2
the testes are located____ to the abdominal cavity within a skin pouch (nut sack) called the______ External , Scrotum
the production of sperm is known as Spermatogenisis
the reason why testes are located in the scrotum is that the production of sperm ...... cannot occur at body temperature but will at slightly less temperatures than the body ,
The sperm will leave seminiferous tubules via ___ ducts and pass to the______ efferent, epididymis
The _____ is a C-shaped structure located on the posterior surface of each testis Epididymis
The epididymis receives the sperm from the testis and____ the sperm until the sperm are released in the process of _______. stores, ejaculation
Ductus Deferens is also referred as ___ Deferens Vas
A ductus deferens will begin at each ____ and will have a lengthy course within the SPERMATIC cord, through the____ canal, along the_____ surface of the urinary bladder and____ along the posterior surface of the urinary bladder where it _______ . epididymis, inguinal, INFERIORLY, ends
The ductus deferens on each side terminates by joining the duct of the____ ____ and thereby forming the ejaculatory duct. seminal vesicle
Ductus Deferens (DD) + Seminal vesicle (SV) = ejaculatory duct (ED)
3 accessory (exocrine) glands the function in seminal production Seminal Vesicle, Prostate gland, Bulbourethral Gland
What type of glands function in the producing seminal fluid which is added to the sperm (endocrine or exocrine ?) Exocrine glands
The _____ ____ is formed by the union of the ductus deferens and the seminal vesicle on each side. this union occurs _____ to the urinary bladder and just above the______ . ejaculatory duct, posterior, prostate
the second accessory gland of the MRS Prostate gland
Prostate gland____ seminal fluid that is added to the seminal fluid produced by the _____ _____ secretes, seminal vesicles
The Prostate gland is located in the ____ posterior to the ____ and below the ____ _____ pelvis, pubis, urinary bladder
within the substance of the prostate gland , the 2_____ ducts join with the duct draining the urinary bladder to form the _____ ejaculatory, urethra
The fibromuscular tube that carries urine during urination and sperm during ejaculation Urethra
the 3 subdivisions of the urethra Prostatic Urethra, Membranous Urethra, Spongy Urethra
subdivision of the urethra that traverses the prostate gland Prostatic Urethra
subdivision of the urethra that traverses the penis Spongy Urethra
The 3rd and final accessory gland of the male RS bulbourethral gland
The ducts draining the Bulbourethral gland will empty the secretion (additional seminal fluid) directly through the____ urethra. spongy
the___ is an external genital organ through which the ____ passes, it is the male organ involved in ____ ____ penis, urethra, sexual intercourse
the penis is composed of _#_ longitudinal _____ tissue structures that are filled with Potential spaces called ____ ____ that fill with blood resulting in a boner. 3, connective, Venous Sinuses,
two of the connective tissue structures in the penis are called ____ ____ Corpus Cavernosa
Corpus Cavernosa are made up of ____ ____ ONLY ! venous sinuses
The 3rd connective tissue structure in the penis is called the ____ ____ corpus spongiosum
The Corpus Spongiosum contains venous sinuses also contains the ____ ___ Spongy Urethra
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