A658A63C2B4F475B8AC69BC054658A78

A658A63C2B4F475B8AC69BC054658A78 - fructose, ascorbic acid...

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Reproductive Systems Chapter 28
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MEIOSIS
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1. Testes 2. Ducts 3. Accessory glands 4. Penis
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Tubular Sequence Seminiferous tubules Rete Epididymis – 20 feet long, 10 to 14 days to travel. Vas deferens – 18 inches Ejaculatory duct Urethra Total travel time = (64 to 72 days)
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Leydig cells produce Testosterone. Sertoli cells (sustentacular) Create blood testes barrier And nourish spermatocytes.
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Male Accessory Glands Seminal vesicles – alkaline fluid with
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Unformatted text preview: fructose, ascorbic acid and enzymes. • Prostate – secretes citrate, enzymes and PSA. • Bulbourethral (Cowper’s) Gland – neutralizes acids. _______________________________ Semen = 2 to 5 ml with 50 to 130 million sperm per ml. Hormones: 1. FSH = follicle stimulating hormone acts on Sertoli cells 2. LH = luteinizing hormone that acts on Leydig cells to secrete testosterone. 3. Inhibin...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course PDBIO 220 taught by Professor Tomco during the Winter '09 term at BYU.

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A658A63C2B4F475B8AC69BC054658A78 - fructose, ascorbic acid...

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