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Chapter 51

Section 1: Male Reproductive System

TermDefinition
Testis Gamete-producing organs of the male reproductive system
Seminiferous Tubules The testes compartments that contain many tightly coiled tubules
Scrotum The external sac the testes descend to
Spididymis Long, coiled tubule that is closely attached to each testis
Van Deferens A duct that extends from the epididymis
Seminal Vesicles Lie between the bladder and the rectum, produce a fluid very rich in sugars that sperm use for energy
Prostate Gland Located just below the bladder, secretes and alkaline fluid that neutralizes the acids in the female reproductive system
Bulbourethral Glands Secrete an alkaline fluid that neutralizes traces of acidic urine in the urethra
Semen A fluid that helps sperm move through the female reproductive system
Penis The organ that deposits sperm in the female reproductive system
Ejaculation Semen is forcefully expelled from the penis by contractions of the smooth muscle that line the urethra
Created by: McLeanE18