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Male reproductive system

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Scrotum
the sac under the penis that contains the epididymis and the testicals
Testicles
two oval shaped organs that produce and store sperm cells. They also produce hormones such as testosterone.
Epididymis
coiled tubes behind each testicle where sperm cells mature.
Vas Deferens
A tubes where sperm cells pass from the testicles. This is how seamen travel.
Semen
the fluid in a male, which contains sperm and is ejaculated from the penis
Ejaculatory Duct
it receives sperm and additional fluid from the seminal vesicle allowing a man to ejaculate
Seminal Vesicles
two sacs near the baldder where semen is stored
Prostate Gland
a gland that surrounds the urethra. From it comes a milky- fluid, which is a part of the semen. The muscles around the source of ejaculation
Urethra
the tube through which urine passes from the bladder during urination. It also carries the semen to the outside of the body ( ejaculation)
Vulva
the external part of the female sex organs
Urethral opening
the opening used for the passage of urine from the bladder to outside the body.
Vaginal opening
the opening to the vagina
Anus
opening where feces pass out.
Vagina
the passageway leading from the uterus to the outside of the woman's body. It is where the mans penis is inserted during intercourse (Sex), and the pathway a baby takes during childbirth.
Cervix
the narrow opening or neck of the uterus.it expands to allow a baby to be born.
Uterus
also known as the wohm, is the organ in which a fertilized egg cell grows and develops into a baby. The uterus contains some of the strongest muscle in the female body
Endometrium
the velvety inner lining od the uterus in which a fertilized egg grows and develops.
Ovary
the organ where the egg cells and sex hormones are produced and stored
Fallopian Tubes
the two tubes that allow egg cells pass from the ovaries to the uterus. The egg cell and sperm meet in the fallopian tube when conception occurs. Eggs that are fertilized grow in the uterus and those that are not fertilized are expelled during menstruation.