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duct formed by joining of ductus deferens and duct from seminal vesicle that allows sperm to enter urethra
secretes mucus-like lubricating fluid in the vagina; located on either side of vaginal outlet
small, nonfunctional cell produced during meiotic divisions in the formation of female sex cells; incapable of being fertilized
pouchlike glands that contribute 60% of seminal fluid volume; secretions provide source of energy for sperm
muscular tube that allows sperm to exit from epididymis and pass from scrotal sac into abdominal cavity
secretions lubricate the terminal portion of the urethra in males; located below the prostate gland
specialized structure on the sperm containing enzymes that break down the covering of the ovum to allow entry
middle portion of sperm; contains mitochondria which produces energy allowing the sperm to swim
top portion of sperm; contains nucleus and genetic material from the father; covered by acrosome
passageway for elimination of urine; in males also acts as genital duct that carries sperm to exterior
nuclear division in which the number of chromosomes are reduced to half their original number; produces gametes
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