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The testes - one end and the vas deferens on the other hand...

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The testes Primary sex organ,manufactures sperm Produces testosterone,responsible for development of secondary sex characteristics 3-4cm long,egg shaped Seminiferous tubles Lined with germinal epithelium where sperm cells are forms Cells in between tubles produce testosterone Epididymis Located on the upper posterior portion of the testis, connected to seminiferous tubles on
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Unformatted text preview: one end and the vas deferens on the other hand • Consists of a convoluted tuble about 20 feet long • If the site where sperm become motile (learn to swim) • If sperm are not ejected for the male reproductive system in a timely manner they degenerate in the epidydimis...
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