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Chapter 22 Tables 22.1 and 22.2
Oviod structures in the male reproductive system that contain seminiferous tubules and interstitial cells that produce sperm cells and male sex hormones.
These are located in the testes and produce sperm cells.
These are located in the testes and produce and secrete male sex hormones.
This is connected to the testes and promotes sperm cell maturation, stores sperm cells, and conveys sperm cells to ductus deferens.
This conveys sperm cells to the ejaculatory duct.
This secretes an alkaline fluid containing nutrients and prostaglandins that helps neutralize the acidic components of semen.
This secretes an alkaline fluid that helps neutralize the acidic components of semen and enhances sperm cell motility.
This secretes fluid that lubricates the end of the penis.
This encloses, protects, and regulates the temperature of testes.
This male reproductive organ conveys urine and semen to the outside of the body.
These produce oocytes and female sex hormones.
This conveys secondary oocyte toward the uterus, is the site of fertilization, and conveys the developing embryo to the uterus.
This protects and sustains the embryo during pregnancy.
This female reproductive organ conveys uterine secretions to the outside of the body, and provides an open channel for offspring during birth process.
These enclose and protect the other female external reproductive organs.
These form margins of the vestibule, and protect the openings of the vagina and urethra.
This female reproductive organ produces feelings of pleasure during sexual stimulation due to an abundance of sensory nerve endings in glans.
The space between the labia minora that contains vaginal and urethral openings.
These secrete fluid that moistens and lubricates the vestibule.