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Gym Final-2

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When a person is unable to reproduce
Sterility
Made up of coiled tubules in which sperm are produced
Testes
Hormone that produces secondary sex characteristics in males
Testosterone
Is an 18 inch tube that receives sperm from the epididymis
Vas Deferens
Sperm are stored her for several weeks
Epididymis
Male sex organ used for reproduction and urination
Penis
Passage of semen from the penis and is a result of a series of muscular contractions
Ejaculation
Sac-like pouch that holds the testes and helps regulate their temperature
Scrotum
Two small glands that secrete a fluid rich in sugar that nourishes and helps sperm move
Seminal Vesicles
Is common in males after the age of 50
Prostate Cancer
When part of the intestines pushes through a weak spot in the wall near the scrotum
Inguinal Hernia
Male reproductive glands that produce sperm and testosterone
Testes
Surgical removal of the foreskin from the penis
Circumcision
Gland that produces fluid to help keep the sperm alive
Prostate Gland
Process that occurs when a penis swells with blood and elongates
Erection
Is common in males between the ages of 15-34
Testicular Cancer
Two small glands that secretes a clear, lubricating fluid into the urethra
Cowper's Gland
The fluid that contains sperm and fluids from the seminal vesicles, prostate gland, and cowper's gland
Semen
This is located above the testes where sperm mature and gain the ability to move
Epididymis
Located near the bladder and is connected to the vas deferens
Seminal Vesicles