Sperm Video Summary

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The video was about two couples who were trying to produce a baby. The video focus on how the sperm reaches the ovaries.
Part One: We was introduce to Glen. Every heart beat Glen has 1000 sperm are producing in the testis. Sperm are free-living cells constantly moving. Sperm is one five hundred milliliter long. The testis, where sperm is made, is a round, elongated structure and has a series of tubules. In the video, the “sperm people” in white clothing where in a building waiting. This describes sperm waiting in the tubules. The sperm are differentiated by x and y sperm. The energy of the sperm comes from the mitochondria. Once the sperm is created, it waits in the epididymis. Sperms waits here until ejaculation.
Part Two and Three: We was introduce to Emily. Emily produce one egg per month. The process for sperm to reach the egg is a hard and long process. The sperm travels through the vas defens duct, prostatic duct, and penile urethra. The sperm is force out. Their demonstration of this was the “sperm” force out through a slide. The sperm goal is to find the egg. The sperm goes through
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The uterus is about 2 miles and a half a mile wide for “sperm people.” When Emily has ovulated, the eggs come out either side of the ovaries. The uterus move things on the either side of which the egg comes out. The sperm moves along with the side the uterus push it with. Leukocytes are cells that kill off some of the sperm in the fallopian tube. The “sperm people” was considering trespassing a certain area and war began. The sperm has to display the correct movement to allow further. The remaining sperm swims up into the fallopian tube to find the egg. Sperm can smell the eggs. Now the remaining eggs starts to swim faster. The main concentration now is the timing. How the sperm get to the egg is blows it tops. The great sperm race is finally is over. The male sperm is

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