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Med Term Ch7

Organs of the Male Reproductive System

TermDefinition
testis or testicle primary male sex organs, paired, oval-shaped and enclosed in a sac called the scrotum. Produce spermatozoa and testosterone
sperm microscopic male germ cell
testosterone principle male sex hormone.
seminiferous tubules coiled tubes within the testes in which sperm originate
epididymis coiled tube atop each of the testes that provides for storage, transit, and maturation of sperm
vas deferens, ductus deferens, or seminal duct duct carrying sperm from the epididymis to the urethra.
seminal vesicles two main glands located posterior to the base of the bladder that open into the vas deferens.
prostate gland encircles a proximal section of the urethra. Secretes a fluid that aids in the movement of the sperm and ejaculation
scrotum sac containing the testes and epididymis,
penis male organ of urination and coitus
glans penis enlarged tip on the end of the penis
prepuce fold of skin covering the glans penis in uncircumcised males
semen composed of sperm, seminal fluids, and other secretions
genitalia (genitals) reproductive organs (also called gonads)
Created by: countrydeb22