Chapter 9 - Medical Terminology Chapter 9 Male Reproductive...

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Medical Terminology Chapter 9 Male Reproductive System
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Spermatozoon
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Spermatozoon Sperm cell
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Flagellum
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Flagellum Tail of the sperm cell
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Ejaculation Ejection of sperm and fluid from the male urethra
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Fraternal Twins Fertilization of separate ova by separate sperm cells
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Identical Twins Results from a split of a single egg fertilized by a single sperm
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Testosterone
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Testosterone Male sex hormone
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Testes, Epididymis
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Testes Male organ of reproduction Site of spermatogenesis
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Scrotum
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Scrotum Sac enclosing the testes on the outside of the body
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Parenchymal tissue The essential tissue of the organ
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Interstitial cells Cells in the spaces in between the parenchymal cells The testosterone secreting cells are interstitial cells of the testes
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Stroma Supportive tissue of the organ Contains supportive, connective and framework cells
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Vas deferens
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Vas deferens Carries the sperm up to the pelvis to the seminal vesicles
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Seminal Vesicles
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Chapter 9 - Medical Terminology Chapter 9 Male Reproductive...

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