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male_anatomy_practice_1 - Functions to secrete fluid, which...

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Fill in the blank with the name of the structure 1. The primary sex organ for males. Housed is the scrotum. ______________ 2. The male germ cell, when united with the ovum a zygote is produced. ________________________ 3. The principle male sex hormone, responsible for developing reproductive organs and giving males secondary sexual characteristics. _________________________ 4. Series of coiled tubes in the testes. ________________________ 5. 20-foot tube on top of the testes responsible for carrying mature sperm to the vas deferens. _____________________________ 6. Duct that carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra. _____________________ 7. Gland located at the base of the bladder that opens into the vas deferens.
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Unformatted text preview: Functions to secrete fluid, which becomes part of the semen. _________________ 8. Surrounds the upper end of the urethra. Secretes a fluid that aids in the movement of sperm and ejaculation. ___________________________ 9. Sac that houses the testes. _________________________ 10. Male sexual organ, also used for urination. ____________________ 11. Tip at the end of the penis. __________________________ 12. Foreskin on the penis. _______________________ 13. Composed of sperm, seminal fluid and other secretions. ______________________ 14. Referred to as the reproductive organs for both males and females. ________________________________...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course HSC 2531 taught by Professor Chancey during the Spring '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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