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71.Consisting of the ductus deferens, testicular artery, pampiniform plexus, cremaster muscle,nerves and lymphatics, the _____________________ suspends the testes and epididymisfrom the abdominopelvic cavity.(1 mark)72.The vocal cords are two pairs of folds of the mucous membrane. These folds are known asthe __________________ (false vocal cords) and the ____________________ (true vocalfolds).(2 marks)73.The lateral extensions of pia mater in the spinal cord called ________________________protect and anchor the spinal cord within the vertebral canal. (1 mark)74.The common bile duct is formed by the joining of the ____________________ duct and the__________________ duct.(2marks)75.The hilum of the lungs is found on the _____________ surface of the lungs. (1 mark)76.The correct physiological name for the process of discharging urine from the urinary bladdervia involuntary and voluntary actions is called ______________________ (1 mark)77.A ________________ is an area of skin supplied by a single spinal nerve and providessensory input to the central nervous system (1 mark)78.Together with sperm cells released from the testes, fluid from the ________________,_______________ and the _________________ mix together in the urethra to form semen.(3 marks)79.In the terminal bronchioles, ______________ cells produce surfactant preventing thecollapse of the lungs. (1 mark)
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