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VTNE Ch1 P3

Reproductive Systems

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Male Anatomy Testies, Vas Deferens, Accessory Sex glands, Penis,
Testicles Seminiferous, Leydig, Epiditmis,
Seminiferous tubules Produce Sperm, are located in Testies
Leydig Located in Testies Interstitial Cells of Leydig produce testosterone
Epidiymis Adheres to the side of the testicle; it connects the seminiferous tubules to the vas defers and provides storage for sperm and a place for maturation
Van Deferens (Ductus Deferens) Connects to the epididymis to the urethra, is part of the spermatic cord, along w/ blood vessels and cords
Spermatic Cord Passes through the inguinal ring; at this point , the vas deferens separates and joints the urethra
Accessory Sex Glands of the Male Produce semen, which provides a transport medium for sperm.
Accessory Sex Glands of the Male Dogs Dogs have a prostrate only
Accessory Sex Glands of the Male Cats Cats have Cowper's gland (bulbourethral) and a prostate
Accessory Sex Glands of the Male Horses prostrate, bulbourethral, ampulla and seminal vesicle (vesicular glands)
Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Secreted from the pituitary, causing spermatogenesis to begin
Interstitial Cell-Stimulating Hormone (ICSH) Secreted from the pituitary, causing the interstitial cells of Leydig to produce testosterone
Female Anatomy Ovaries, Oviducts, Uterine horns and Uterus, cervix, vagina, Vulva
Ovaries paired oval organs found in the abdomen, produce ova and hormones
Oviduct Conducts ova from ovary to uterine horn or uterus (depending on species)
Uterine horn and or Uterus- depending on species In dogs and cats, young develop in the uterine horns. Animals that only birth one offspring, use the Uterus
Cervix Opening to the uterus- some species have a double cervix- ie Rabbit.
Endometrium Epithelial cells, mucous membrane and glands
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