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14 Cards in this Set

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The tightly coiled tube at the tob of each testicle, which stores sperm and allows sperm to continue to mature for up to six weeks.
The name of the male sex cell that mus fertilize a female sex cell in order to produce a baby.
Sperm Cell
The passageway for sperm leading from the testicles to the urethra.
Vas Deferens
The name for TWO GLANDS responsible for profucing seventy percent of the semen.
Seminal vesicles
The GLAND, about the size and shape of a walnut at the base of the bladder, that produces approximately thirty percent of the semen.
The tube that transports urine and semen out of the male body.
The name for the smooth head of the penis
The name for the two pea-sized glands that secrete fluid before ejaculation which helps to neutralize the acidic environment of the urethra.
Cowpers gland
The organ that holds fluid (urine) flowing from the kidneys
The name of the small tubes where germ cells (sperm) are produced.
Seminiferous Tubules
The name of the small opening at the tip of the penis for the passage of urine and semen.
Urethral opening
The scientific term used to describe the release of semen from the penis.
The scientific word for wet dream
Nocturnal emission
The scientific language used to describe self-stimulation of the genitals for sexual pleasure.