Card Set Information
The reproductive system ensures the continued existance of the human species by producing, storing, nourishing and transporting male and female _____
Testes are male ____ that secrete ____
Ovaries are female ___ that release one immature ____ per month
The vagina connects the ___ to the exterior
Sperm are stored in the _____
_____ are external genetalia that enclose the testis and penis
_____ _____ helps the testes descend and ascend during sexual arousal or in response to temperature
Spermatic cord contains the pampiniform plexus, testicular ____, vas ___, deferntial artery and genitofemoral artery.
Sperm production occurs within _______ _____
Interstitual cells produce _____
Spermatogeneses begins at the outter-most layer of the cells in the ___ ____ and proceeds toward the ____
SEMINIFEROUS TUBULES; LUMEN
Inhibin is secreted by ___ cells
Inhibin depresses the pituitary production of ____ and the hypothalmic secretion of _____
The faster the rate of sperm production, the more ___ is released
Mature sperm head is the ____ cap. It contains enzymes essential to ____.
The neck of the sperm contains centrioles of original ____ and _____ for tail movement.
The tail of the mature sperm is the only ____ in the human body.
Flow of sperm from testis to urethra:
____ - vas deferens - _______ duct - urethra
Urethra in males is a passageway for both ___ and ____
_______ glands contribute about 60% of the volume of semen
Seminal gland contain higher concentrations of ___, prostagladins and ____
Prostate gland produces ___ fluid. It is ___-__% of volume of semen
____ fluid is the fluid component of semen
FSH promotes _____ thru the seminiferous tubules
LH induces secretion of ____
GnRH is responsible for the release of ___&___. It is secreted from the ____.
LH FSH; HYPOTHALMUS