BIO102 SECTION 19

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BIO102 SECTION 19
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Reproduction and Sexuality: Male
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  1. Sperm are mixed with seminal fluid to produce _____.
    semen
  2. A structure common to both excretory and reproduction systems is the _____.
    urethra
  3. Sperm are produced in the _____ _____ of the testes.
    seminiferous tubules
  4. A surgical procedure to insure male sterility is called _____.
    vasectomy
  5. The proper temperature required for sperm formation is insured by the _____.
    scrotum
  6. The testes are connected to the vas deferens by the _____.
    epididymus
  7. The vas deferens loops around the _____ after it enter the body.
    bladder
  8. The length of the urethra in males is _____ than that in females.
    longer
  9. The cell that undergoes meiosis in the testes is the _____ _____.
    primary spermatocyte
  10. What produces testosterone in males?
    interstitial cells
  11. What is removed during a circumcision?
    foreskin
  12. Where do the urethra and vas deferens join?
    prostate gland
  13. Where is sperm stored?
    epididymus
  14. What controls the temperature of the testes?
    scrotum
  15. What male structure is homologous to the ovary in females?
    testes
  16. What is cut during a vasectomy?
    vas deferens
  17. What contains spongy tissue?
    penis
  18. What male structure stores perm in non-mammalian animals?
    seminal vesicle
  19. What produces most of the mucus of semen?
    prostate gland
  20. A tube that conducts sperm from the epididymus to the urethra in males is referred to as the _____ _____.
    vas deferens
  21. The site of sperm production in males which makes up 80% of the mass of each testis are the _____ _____.
    seminiferous tubules
  22. The structure in the urinary tract that also functions during reproduction in males the the _____.
    urethra
  23. True or false. During sperm maturation, secondary spermatocytes are the products of meiosis II that go on to form spermatids, which undergo restructuring to form spermatozoa.
    False
  24. Which male reproductive structures are responsible for the transport and delivery of sperm?

    a. vas deferens, urethra, penis
    b. testis and epididymus
    c. seminal vesicles, vas deferens, urethra
    d. seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and bulbourethral grand
    a
  25. Why are human testes located in the external sac rather than the abdominal cavity?
    So the testes can be kept cooler than the body's interior
  26. What structure of a sperm cell contains enzymes that are released when the sperm encounters an egg and dissolves a hole in the jellylike matrix that surrounds the egg?
    acrosome

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