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Health Ch. 19

Health Chapter 19 Vocabulary

What happens first? Starts in testes
testes house the sperm
sperm male sex cell
What happens second? Epididymis
Epididymis houses and matures sperm
What happens third? Vas Deferens
Vas Deferens tube like organ; taransports sperm; provides spirts
What happens fourth? Seminal Vesicles
Seminal Vessicles add fluid to sperm; mobility and nourishment
What happens fifth? Prostate Gland
Prostate gland additional fluid; bigger gland
What happens sixth? Cowpers Gland
Cowpers gland smaller fluids that neutrilizes acids of semen
What happends seventh? Urethra
Urethra allows urination; and semen to come out
What happens eighth? comes out of penis
penis sex organ; external organ; tube shaped
Nocturnal ejaculates while sleeping
What happens to the testes when temperatures vary? When temperature rises the testes lower from the body, when the temperature lowers the testes pulls closer to the body.
What is foreskin and its function? a flap of skin that is over the tip of the penis. Function: it is harder to ejaculate
What poor lifestyle choices can lead to problems of the reproductive systems? Smoking, drinking and not cleaning areas
Created by: libertysoccer23