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Male reproductive system

The _____ are two oval-shaped structures. Primary sex organs.They are made of a tough, fibrous capsule composed of connective tissue testes
Within the testes, there are many coiled tubules called _____. seminiferous tubules
Coiled tubule that is located on the top and to the side of each testis. Epididymis
A tubule that connects the epididymis with the seminal vesicle. Vas deferens
The part of the system that passes through the prostate gland and on to the urethra. Ejaculatory duct
A semiround organ that surrounds the beginning of the urethra, just below the urinary bladder. Prostate gland
Tubule that leads from the urinary bladder to the exterior of the body. Urethra
The is composed of both erectile and connective tissue. penis
Erectile tissue is comprised mainly of masses of _____. blood vessels
The distal end of the penis is called the ______. glans penis
The urethra extends along the lower interior surface of the penis and opens to the exterior of the body through an opening called the ______. external urinary meatus
Sperm cells are produced in the _____ and transported to the epididymis where they mature. testes
The ______ also secretes a fluid into the ejaculatory duct that helps protect the sperm from acidic secretions present in the female vagina. prostate gland
The _______ (semen) are then released into the vagina during sexual intercourse. sperm and fluid secretions
Is responsible for growth of body hair, thickening of the skin, thickening and strengthening of the bones. • Enlargement of the larynx and thickening of the vocal cords, which result in a lower-pitched voice. Testosterone
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