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A&P2 Test 4 Concepts

Mrs Fletcher Test 4 Weatherford College

Ages associated with the development of the male reproductive system, and descent of the testes 8th week of embryonic develoment: embryonic teststerone initates the formation of the penis, scrotum, prostate, seminal vesicles, and all the ducts. descent of testes, usually two-three months before birth, at puberty secondary sex characteristics occur
function of spermatogenic cells and interstitial cells interstital cells cause the production of testosterone; spermatogenic cells work with ICSH to produce spermatids
Where in the ovary are follicles located cortex
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