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Unformatted text preview: MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM I I Describe the glands involved in the male reproductive system. Which gland contributes the most to semen? o Seminal vesicle Be able to label these glands in a variety of views (i.e. cross section, in regard to the erectile tissues of the penis). What type of secretions do these glands produce? What is the function of these secretions? o Seminal vesicle Type: Secretes sticky, yellowish, alkaline fluid Function: pH regulation (the base fluid neutralizes acid of the vagina) o Prostate gland Type: Secretes thin, milky-looking, alkaline fluid Function: Neutralizes acidic sperm-cell containing fluid, enhances sperm motility, and neutralizes vagina's acidity o Bulbourethral glands Type: Secretes mucous fluid Function: Provides contribution to lubrication for copulation Label the components of the male reproductive system on a sagittal view of the pelvis....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ANA 108 taught by Professor Stein during the Spring '08 term at Kentucky.
- Spring '08