Reproductive 5

  1. function of acrosome?
    allow sperm to break through wall of egg
  2. why do glandular secretions contain carbs or sugars?
    ATP production for sperm
  3. muscle found within integumentary layer of scrotum?
    dartos muscle
  4. why most of glandular secretions are alkaline?
    buffer urinary acids and vaginal acid
  5. total chromosomes spermatid contains?
  6. gland that lubricates glans penis?
    bulbourethral gland
  7. cells that make and secrete testosterone?
    leydig cells
  8. sperm formation?
  9. huge amounts of mitochondria are located in what part of sperm?
  10. cell to go through meiosis 2 in males?
    secondary spermatocyte
  11. spermatogonia are haploid or diploid?
  12. erectile tissue which surrounds penile urethra?
    corpus spongiosum
  13. where sperm are formed?
    seminiferous tubules
  14. male accessory gland located inferior to urogenital diaphragm?
    bulbourethral gland
  15. male accessory gland that can restrict urine output if enlarged or inflamed?
    prostate gland
  16. gland that releases citric acid?
    prostate gland
  17. fluid prostate gland releases?
    milky fluid with pH 6.5
  18. vesicle filled with hydrolytic enzymes which allow sperm to penetrate oocyte?
  19. male cell to go through meiosis 1?
    primary spermatocyte
  20. stem cells in males which give rise to maturing sperm?
  21. duct that delivers seminal fluid from ampulla of vas deferens and seminal vesicle to prostatic urethra?
    ejaculatory duct
  22. bulbourethral gland releases what ?
    thick alkaline mucus
  23. seminal vesicle releases what?
    alkaline viscous fluid
  24. white connective tissue surrounding entire testis?
    tunica albuginea
  25. what male gametes are called?
    sperm or spermatozoa
  26. what does acrosome contain?
    hydrolytic enzymes
  27. fluid containing a mixture of sperm and glandular secretions ?
  28. spermatozoa is diploid or haploid?
  29. what does the surge in LH during middle of ovarian cycle trigger?
  30. what is contents of seminal fluid?
    • prostaglandin
    • fructose
    • sperm
    • fibrinogen
  31. order sperm passes from testes to penis?
    • epididymis
    • ductus deferens
    • ejaculatory duct
    • urethra
  32. external partition seperating testes
  33. what is responsible for follicle maturation?
    rise in blood level of FSH at beginning of ovarian cycle
  34. if you increase testosterone daily, after 3 weeks you will see what?
    increased sex drive
  35. why can sperm last longer if you wash them before introducing them to ovum?
    capacitation removes some inhibiting substances from sperm
  36. what structures make up fallopiann tubes?
    • infundibulum
    • ampulla
    • isthmus
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    basement membrane
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    body of penis
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    body of penis
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    body of penis
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    bulbourethral gland
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    bulbourethral gland
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    bulbourethral gland/cowpers gland
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    corpora cavernosa
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    corpora cavernosa
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    corpora cavernosa
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    corpus spongiosum
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    corpus cavernosa
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    corpus cavernosa
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    corpus cavernosa
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    corpus spongiosum
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    corpus spongiosum
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    corpus spongiosum
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    corpus spongiosum
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    corpus spongiosum
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    bulbourethral gland
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    cremaster muscle
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    cremaster muscle
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    dartos muscle
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    ductus vas deferens
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    ductus vas deferens
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    ductus vas deferens
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    ductus vas deferens
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    efferent duct
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Reproductive 5
Reproduction anatomy and function