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tunica albuginea
dense connective tissue covering testes
mediastinum testis
core of testes that houses the rete testes
seminiferous tubules
Where spermatazoa is produced
interstitial tissue
surrounds the seminiferous tubules
rete testis
Merges the seminiferous tubules and the efferent ducts
3 functions of the scrotum
thermosensor
radiator
protective sac
pampiniform plexus
heat exchange, major blood supply to testes
tunica dartos muscle
smooth muscle that controls relaxation and contraction of the scrotum
gubernaculum
attaches the testes to the base of the scrotum; governs testicular descent
epididymis
serves as transport, storage, and maturation site for sperm
Where does the epididymis originate from?
mesonephric duct
caput epididymis
head of the epididymis
corpus epididymis
body of the epididymis
cauda epididymis
tail of the epididymis
vas deferens
Where the sperm moves up to from the epididymis
tunica albuginea
dense connective tissue covering testes
mediastinum testis
core of testes that houses the rete testes
seminiferous tubules
Where spermatazoa is produced
interstitial tissue
surrounds the seminiferous tubules
rete testis
Merges the seminiferous tubules and the efferent ducts
3 functions of the scrotum
thermosensor
radiator
protective sac
pampiniform plexus
heat exchange, major blood supply to testes
tunica dartos muscle
smooth muscle that controls relaxation and contraction of the scrotum
gubernaculum
attaches the testes to the base of the scrotum; governs testicular descent
epididymis
serves as transport, storage, and maturation site for sperm
Where does the epididymis originate from?
mesonephric duct
caput epididymis
head of the epididymis
corpus epididymis
body of the epididymis
cauda epididymis
tail of the epididymis
vas deferens
Where the sperm moves up to from the epididymis
What is the only animal that has a horizontal testicular orientation?
stallion
Which animal lacks an ampulla?
boar
What animal lacks a prostate body?
ram
If an animal has a fibroelastic penis, what else does it have?
sigmoid flexure
Testicular size and sperm count have a _________ correlation?
positive
Accessory gland size and volume of ejaculate have a ___________ correlation?
positive
Which 2 animals have a gel component to their sperm?
boar and stallion
Which species only has a prostate body?
stallion
Rank the farm animals based on testis size
boar, bull, ram, stallion
fibroelastic penis = _________ speed of erection
fast