male reproductive system

how sperm form

It takes up to two months for mature sperm to form. The process occurs in several steps: 1. Special cells in the testes go through mitosis to make identical copies of themselves. 2. The copies of the original cells divide by meiosis. This results in haploid cells called spermatids. These cells lack tails and cannot yet swim. 3. Spermatids move from the testes to the epididymis, where they slowly mature. For example, they grow a tail and lose some of the cytoplasm from the head. 4. Once sperm are mature, they can swim. The mature sperm remain in the epididymis until it is time for them to leave the body. Sperm leave the epididymis through the vas deferens. As they travel through the vas deferens, they pass by the prostate and other glands. The sperm mix with secretions from these glands, forming semen. Semen travels through the urethra and leaves the body through the penis. A teaspoon of semen may contain as many as half a billion sperm!

structure and function of sperm

As you can see in Figure 22.2, a sperm has three main parts: the head, connecting piece (or midpiece), and tail. 1. The head of the sperm contains the nucleus. The nucleus holds the chromosomes. In humans, the nucleus of a sperm cell contains 23 chromosomes. The acrosome on the head contains enzymes that help the sperm penetrate an egg. 2. The connecting piece of the sperm is packed with mitochondria. Mitochondria are organelles in cells that produce energy. Sperm use the energy to move. 3. The tail of the sperm moves like a propeller. It spins around and around and pushes the sperm forward. Sperm can travel about 30 inches per hour.

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organs of the male reproductive system

The male reproductive organs include the penis, testes, epididymis, vas deferens, and prostate gland. These organs are shown in Figure 22.1. The figure also shows some other parts of the male reproductive system. Find each organ in the drawing as you read about it below. For a cartoon about the male reproductive system, watch this video: http MEDIA Click image to the left or use the URL below. URL: The penis is an external, cylinder-shaped organ that contains the urethra. The urethra is the tube that carries urine out of the body. It also carries sperm out of the body. The two testes (testis, singular) are oval organs that produce sperm and secrete testosterone. They are located inside a sac called the scrotum that hangs down outside the body. The scrotum also contains the epididymis.

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producing sperm

Sperm are tiny cells. In fact, they are the smallest of all human cells. They have a structure that suits them well to perform their function.

functions of the male reproductive system

The male reproductive system has two main functions: producing sperm and releasing testosterone. Sperm are male gametes, or reproductive cells. Sperm form when certain cells in the male reproductive system divide by meiosis to form haploid cells. Being haploid means they have half the number of chromosomes of other cells in the body. An adult male may produce millions of sperm each day! Testosterone is the major sex hormone in males. Testosterone has two primary roles: 1. During adolescence, testosterone causes most of the changes associated with puberty. It causes the reproduc- tive organs to mature. It also causes other adult male traits to develop. For example, it causes the voice to deepen and facial hair to start growing. 2. During adulthood, testosterone is needed for the production of sperm.

instructional diagrams

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This image shows the posterior view of female reproductive system. The female reproductive system (or female genital system) is made up of the internal and external sex organs that function in human reproduction. The female reproductive system is immature at birth and develops to maturity at puberty to be able to produce gametes, and to carry a fetus to full term. The internal sex organs are the uterus and Fallopian tubes, and the ovaries. The uterus or womb accommodates the embryo which develops into the fetus. The uterus also produces vaginal and uterine secretions which help the transit of sperm to the Fallopian tubes. The ovaries produce the ova (egg cells). The external sex organs are also known as the genitals and these are the organs of the vulva including the labia, clitoris and vaginal opening. The vagina is connected to the uterus at the cervix.

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The diagram shows the parts and organs of the male reproductive system. The male reproductive organs include the penis, testes, epididymis, Ductus (vas) deferens, and prostate gland. The penis is an external, cylinder-shaped organ that contains the urethra. The urethra is the tube that carries urine out of the body. It also carries sperm out of the body. The testis (testis, singular) are oval organs that produce sperm and secrete testosterone. They are located inside a sac called the scrotum that hangs down outside the body. The scrotum also contains the epididymis. The epididymis is a tube that is about 6 meters (20 feet) long in adults. It is tightly coiled, so it fits inside the scrotum on top of the testes. The epididymis is where sperm mature. It stores the sperm until they leave the body. The vas deferens is a tube that carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra. The prostate gland secretes a fluid that mixes with sperm to help form semen. Semen is a whitish liquid that contains sperm. It passes through the urethra and out of the body. Also shown are some parts of the digestive system like the rectum and anus.

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The diagram below shows the female reproductive system. The female reproductive system is made up of the internal and external sex organs that function in human reproduction. The internal sex organs are the uterus and Fallopian tubes, and the ovaries. The uterus or womb accommodates the embryo which develops into the fetus. The uterus also produces vaginal and uterine secretions which help the transit of sperm to the Fallopian tubes. The ovaries produce the ova (egg cells). The external sex organs are also known as the genitals and these are the organs of the vulva including the labia, clitoris and vaginal opening. The vagina is connected to the uterus at the cervix. The uterus or womb is the major female reproductive organ.

questions

All of the following are needed for reproduction in males except the

a. testes.

b. penis.

c. epididymis.

-->  d. ureters.

__tube that carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra

a. penis

-->  b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

d. sperm

e. epididymis

f. semen

g. testosterone

__major male sex hormone

a. penis

b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

d. sperm

e. epididymis

f. semen

-->  g. testosterone

Which of the following structures is part of two different organ systems in males?

a. vas deferens

b. prostate gland

-->  c. urethra

d. none of the above

Which statement about sperm is false?

a. Sperm are produced in the testes.

-->  b. Maturation of sperm takes place in the vas deferens.

c. It takes up to 2 months for sperm to form and mature.

d. Sperm are stored in the epididymis until they leave the body.

__whitish fluid that contains sperm

a. penis

b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

d. sperm

e. epididymis

-->  f. semen

g. testosterone

__male sex cell

a. penis

b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

-->  d. sperm

e. epididymis

f. semen

g. testosterone

The nucleus of a human sperm cell

a. is located in the connecting piece.

-->  b. contains 23 chromosomes.

c. is packed with mitochondria.

d. lacks a nuclear membrane.

__coiled tube where sperm mature

a. penis

b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

d. sperm

-->  e. epididymis

f. semen

g. testosterone

A spermatid is a(n)

-->  a. immature sperm cell.

b. diploid sex cell in a male.

c. cell that will divide to form a sperm.

d. sperm cell after it leaves the epididymis.

__male organ that contains the urethra

-->  a. penis

b. vas deferens

c. prostate gland

d. sperm

e. epididymis

f. semen

g. testosterone

__structure that secretes a fluid that helps form semen

a. penis

b. vas deferens

-->  c. prostate gland

d. sperm

e. epididymis

f. semen

g. testosterone

Sperm mix with secretions as they pass through the vas deferens.

-->  a. true

b. false

An adult male normally produces about 100 sperm each day.

a. true

-->  b. false

Testosterone is needed for the production of sperm.

-->  a. true

b. false

Sperm are the smallest of all human cells.

-->  a. true

b. false

Sperm swim at a speed of about 3 inches per hour.

a. true

-->  b. false

What are roles of testosterone in males?

a. causing the sex organs to mature at puberty

b. stimulating the production of sperm by the testes

c. causing facial hair to start growing in teens

-->  d. all of the above

Which of the following statements about sperm is false?

a. Sperm are gametes.

-->  b. Sperm are diploid cells.

c. The only role of sperm is reproduction.

d. Only mature sperm have a tail.

How many sperm does the average adult male produce each day?

a. about ten

b. several dozen

c. a few hundred

-->  d. millions

Sperm cells leave the body through the

a. ureter.

b. vas deferens.

c. epididymis.

-->  d. urethra.

The scrotum contains the

a. testes.

b. epididymis.

c. prostate gland.

-->  d. two of the above

The acrosome of a sperm

a. is at the end of the tail.

-->  b. contains enzymes.

c. makes the tail move.

d. two of the above

For sperm to form and mature, it takes up to two

a. days.

b. weeks.

-->  c. months.

d. years.

The reproductive system is the only human body system that differs significantly between males and

-->  a. true

b. false

Both mitosis and meiosis are involved in the production of sperm.

-->  a. true

b. false

Testosterone causes the voice to deepen when a male goes through puberty.

-->  a. true

b. false

The only external male reproductive organ is the penis.

a. true

-->  b. false

Testosterone is a hormone secreted by the prostate gland.

a. true

-->  b. false

Sperm are stored in the vas deferens until they leave the body.

a. true

-->  b. false

A teaspoon of semen may contain as many as half a billion sperm.

-->  a. true

b. false

diagram questions

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What is the part of the male reproductive system represented with the letter W?

-->  a. AMPULLA

b. PROSTATE

c. BLADDER

d. URETHRA

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Which label indicates the prostate?

-->  a. R

b. D

c. J

d. M

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Identify the structure that produces sperm.

a. D

b. M

-->  c. V

d. S

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Which part of the male reproductive system is labeled W?

-->  a. AMPULLA

b. SEMINAL VESICLE

c. CORPUS SPONGIOSUM

d. URETER

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Select the urethra.

-->  a. L

b. X

c. D

d. S

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By what letter is the ovary represented in the diagram?

a. N

-->  b. H

c. Y

d. D

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Which label shows the Urinary Bladder?

-->  a. N

b. R

c. Y

d. A

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Identify the cervix in the following image:

a. U

b. R

-->  c. Y

d. A

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Identify the clitoris in this image

a. H

-->  b. W

c. D

d. N

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Identify the urinary bladder in the picture.

a. W

b. E

c. T

-->  d. V

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The label E refers to which organ in the reproductive system?

a. URETHRA

b. VAS DEFERENS

c. TESTIS

-->  d. PROSTATE GLAND

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Where would you find urothelium?

-->  a. V

b. L

c. E

d. W

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Which label refers to the bladder?

-->  a. E

b. U

c. H

d. D

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What is the purpose of the part marked U?

a. TO TRANSPORT SEMEN ONLY

b. TO TRANSPORT URINE ONLY

-->  c. TO TRANSPORT URINE AND SEMEN

d. TO PROTECT TESTES

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Which label shows the pubic bone?

a. S

-->  b. W

c. V

d. X

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Which label shows the Scrotum?

-->  a. C

b. M

c. V

d. N

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What part is below the rectum?

-->  a. ANUS

b. TESTIS

c. BLADDER

d. COWPERS GLAND

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Which label identifies the testis?

-->  a. E

b. C

c. R

d. U

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Which letter represents the Pubic Bone?

a. V

-->  b. A

c. S

d. U

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Identify the labeled organ that produces sperm and secretes testosterone.

-->  a. E

b. C

c. R

d. T

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What is Y in this image of the male reproductive system?

-->  a. PROSTATE

b. RECTUM

c. URETHRA

d. URETER

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Which letter corresponds to the part that covers the testis?

a. V

-->  b. C

c. U

d. A

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Which of the following structures is involved in semen production?

a. F

b. U

-->  c. Y

d. W

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Identify E in the figure.

-->  a. TESTIS

b. SCROTUM

c. VAS DEFERENS

d. URETHRA

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Which label shows the cervix?

a. A

b. C

c. N

-->  d. X

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Identify the part on the image that holds the eggs used for reproduction.

a. P

b. C

-->  c. A

d. T

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What encloses the testis?

a. Epididymis

b. Glans Penis

c. Urethra

-->  d. Scrotum

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Which part is located inside the scrotum?

a. Seminal Vesicle

b. Urinary Bladder

-->  c. Testis

d. Penis

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Someone with testicular cancer would have a tumor where?

a. Ureter

b. Epididymis

-->  c. Testis

d. Urethra

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What connects the testis to the ampulla?

a. Seminal vesicle

-->  b. Vas deferens

c. Ureter

d. Urethra

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How many testes are there?

-->  a. 2

b. 1

c. 4

d. 3

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The male reproductive system has how many parts?

a. 7

-->  b. 8

c. 9

d. 6

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Identify the oval shaped part?

a. vagina

b. ovary

c. cervix

-->  d. Symphysis pubis

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What is a female reproductive organ in which ova or eggs are produced?

-->  a. Ovary

b. Uterine Tube

c. Urinary Bladder

d. Cervix

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What is right next to uterine tube?

-->  a. ovary

b. symphysis pubis

c. urinary bladder

d. clitoris

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What is a structure outside the vagina?

-->  a. Labium Majora

b. Cervix

c. Ovary

d. Corpus of uterus

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Which tube connects the Ovary to the Uterus?

-->  a. Uterine (Fallopian) tube

b. Rectum

c. Urethra

d. Vagina

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How many labia are there?

-->  a. 2

b. 3

c. 4

d. 1

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How many parts are indicated in the diagram?

-->  a. 13

b. 14

c. 15

d. 12

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What is above the ovary?

a. fundus of uterus

b. cervix

-->  c. uterine tube

d. vagina

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Which is the correct sequence of organs an ovum passes to be fecundated and fixed in the uterus?

-->  a. Ovary - Fallopian tube - Fundus of Uterus - Corpus of uterus

b. Vagina - Cervix - Uterus

c. Cervix - Body of Uterus - Fundus of Uterus

d. Urinary bladder - Urethra

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What are the ovaries connected to?

a. uterus

b. cervix

-->  c. fallopian tubes

d. endometrium

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It functions as the location of where a baby develops until birth.

a. vagina

b. cervix

c. fallopian tube

-->  d. uterus

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What connects the ovaries to the uterus?

a. Cervix

b. Labia

c. Endometrium

-->  d. Fallopian Tube

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What connects the ovary to the cervix?

a. anus

b. uterus

c. urethra

-->  d. fallopian tube

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How many ovaries are in the female body?

a. 1

b. 4

c. 3

-->  d. 2

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After the ovary releases an egg, where would the egg need to travel down?

a. Uterus

b. Vagina

c. Cervix

-->  d. Fallopian tube

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What happens if a mass occurs in the ovary?

a. it's fine. it has no purpose

-->  b. it will be painful and has to be removed

c. it will shrink eventually

d. it will go to the cervix

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What connects the ovary to uterus?

a. fimbriae

b. vagina

c. cervix

-->  d. fallopian tubes

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What is the outer part of the women's reproductive system?

a. Fallopian Tubes

-->  b. Vagina

c. Ovary

d. Uterus

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How many organs of the female reproductive system are shown in the diagram below?

a. 8

b. 2

-->  c. 4

d. 6

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What is the bottom part called?

a. uterus

b. ovary

-->  c. vagina

d. fallopian tubes

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What part of the reproductive system is labeled 2?

a. Urethra

b. Vas deferens

-->  c. Testicle

d. Bladder

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How's the 11 depicted element called?

a. Gonads

b. Vagina

-->  c. Penis

d. Testicles

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What connects (2) to (9)?

-->  a. -4

b. (8)

c. (7)

d. (5)

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How many testicles in a body?

a. 4

b. 1

-->  c. 2

d. 3

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What cannot occur when the vas deferens is cut?

a. sperm do not mature

b. erection can not occur

-->  c. sperm can not leave the epididymis or be ejaculated

d. erection can not occur

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What part is referred to by 1?

a. penis

b. vas deferens

-->  c. scrotum

d. testicle

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What is a structure contained in the scrotum?

a. Seminal Vesicles

b. Penis

-->  c. Testis

d. Prostate

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Which of the following is inside of the scrotum?

a. Prostate

b. Rectum

c. Bladder

-->  d. Testis

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How many parts of the tract are depicted in the diagram?

-->  a. 12

b. 11

c. 10

d. 13

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What is right underneath the bladder?

-->  a. prostate

b. rectum

c. seminal vesicles

d. anus

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Which part protects the testicle?

a. peritoneum

b. deferent duct

c. glans penis

-->  d. scrotum

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Which structure sends the urine out?

a. Scrotum

b. Urinary Bladder

c. Testicle

-->  d. Urinary Meatus

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How many structures are considered part of or within the scrotum?

-->  a. 3

b. 7

c. 9

d. 5

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What covers the testicle?

-->  a. scrotum

b. deferent duct

c. urinary bladder

d. glans penis

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What links the ovary and cervix?

a. none

b. uterus

c. vagina

-->  d. fallopian tube

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Which of the following are the ovaries connected to?

a. Cervix

b. Vagina

c. Uterus

-->  d. Fallopian tube

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How many fallopian tubes does the female reproductive system have?

a. 4

b. 1

c. none

-->  d. 2

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What is right under the cervix?

-->  a. vagina

b. ovary

c. uterus

d. fallopian tube

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What is the organ in the lower body of a woman or female mammal where offspring are conceived and in which they gestate before birth?

a. Fallopian Tube

b. Ovary

-->  c. Uterus

d. Vagina

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What is directly connected to the labia?

a. anus

b. mons

-->  c. clitoris

d. urethra

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How many clitorides does the female reproductive system have?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. none

d. 2

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How many parts are there of the vagina?

-->  a. 5

b. 1

c. 2

d. 4

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What are rounded mass of fatty tissue found over the pubic symphysis of the pubic bones?

-->  a. Mons

b. Clitoris

c. Vagina

d. Urethra

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Where does urine come out from?

-->  a. urethra

b. Labia

c. clitorus

d. hyman

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Urine empties from Urinary bladder, through the Urethra and out which of the following?

-->  a. External urethral orifice

b. Hymen

c. Clitoris

d. Mons pubis

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What connects the ovary to the fallopian tube?

a. Hymen

-->  b. Fimbriae

c. Cervix

d. Clitoris

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Based on the diagram, how many fornixes are in the female reproductive system?

a. 1

-->  b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

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How many of the parts shown can be found in both sexes?

a. 10

b. 5

c. 7

-->  d. 8

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What is connected to the ovary?

a. rectum

-->  b. fimbriae

c. peritoneum

d. vagina

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What are produced by the ovaries?

a. Cervix

b. Oviduct

-->  c. Eggs

d. Urethra

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What connects the Uterus to the Ovary?

-->  a. Oviduct

b. Urethra

c. Bladder

d. Vagina

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From the diagram, how many organs in the female reproductive system are identified?

a. 2

b. 3

-->  c. 4

d. 1

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How many oviducts are in the female body?

a. 4

-->  b. 2

c. 3

d. 1

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What is the urethra connected to?

a. oviduct

-->  b. bladder

c. ovary

d. cervix

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Which is the ovary?

-->  a. d

-->  b. a

c. i

d. f

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Identify the part of the reproductive system that produces and releases eggs.

-->  a. d

b. g

c. c

d. i

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In which part does a baby develop until birth?

a. D

-->  b. B

c. E

d. A

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What is the name of part G in this diagram?

-->  a. Fallopian tube

b. vulva

c. uterus

d. ovary

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Which structure connects the ovaries to the uterus?

a. B

b. E

-->  c. G

d. F

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This part of the female reproductive system is called the uterus.

a. b

b. d

-->  c. c

d. a

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What is the part referred to by i?

a. uterus

b. vagina

-->  c. ovary

d. fallopian tube

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What is at the end of the fallopian tube?

a. colon

b. uterus

c. bladder

-->  d. ovary

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Which part connects the ovary to the uterus?

a. clitoris

b. pubic bone

-->  c. fallopian tube

d. bladder

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What is attached to the end of the fallopian tubes?

-->  a. The ovaries

b. The anus

c. The bladder

d. The labia

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Which structure connects the ovary to the uterus?

-->  a. Fallopian Tube

b. Bladder

c. Vagina

d. Labia

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How many clitorides in a female body?

a. 3

b. 4

c. 2

-->  d. 1

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If the fallopian tube is removed, what happens?

a. The ovary moves to the uterus.

-->  b. The egg cells in the ovary cannot reach the uterus.

c. The egg cells will permeate organ walls and still reach the uterus.

d. The egg cells will self-fertilize.

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What is right underneath the rectum?

a. ovary

b. fallopian tube

c. uterus

-->  d. anus

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How does the semen inside urethra leave the body?

-->  a. Through the penis.

b. Through the scrotum.

c. Through the bladder.

d. Through the rectum.

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What connects the epididymis to the urethra?

a. testis

b. bladder

-->  c. vas deferens

d. penis

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How many bladders do we have?

a. 3

b. 2

c. 4

-->  d. 1

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What is inside the scrotum?

-->  a. testis, epididymis

b. seminal vesicle

c. prostate gland

d. bladder

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What is urine stored in?

a. Penis

b. Testes

-->  c. Bladder

d. Scrotum

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Which one of the following structures secretes testosterone?

a. Scrotum

b. Seminal Vesicles

-->  c. Testes

d. Prostate

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What is another name of the sperm duct?

a. Seminal Vesicles

-->  b. Vas Deferens

c. Urethra

d. Glans

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What is the lowest part of the rectum?

a. prostate

-->  b. anus

c. bladder

d. urethra

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What is another word for testicles?

a. bladder

b. urethra

-->  c. testes

d. rectum

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This organ holds the urine.

-->  a. Bladder

b. Urethra

c. Ovary

d. Kidney

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What connects the fallopian tubes?

a. Ureter

b. Aorta

c. Kidneys

-->  d. The uterus

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Which structure stores urine?

a. Left Kidney

b. Urethra

-->  c. Bladder

d. Right Kidney

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How many adrenal glands do we have in the body?

a. 1

b. 3

c. 4

-->  d. 2

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How many ureters enters the urinary bladder?

a. 4

b. 3

c. 1

-->  d. 2

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What sits above the bladder?

a. left ovary

b. Vena Cava

c. left kidney

-->  d. uterus

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What is the duct by which urine is conveyed out of the body from the bladder, and which in male vertebrates also conveys semen?

a. Ampulla

b. Ureter

c. Urinary Bladder

-->  d. Urethra

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The epididymis is located on which of the following?

-->  a. Testis

b. Crus

c. Urethra

d. Ureter

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Among the parts of a male reproductive system, how many is responsible for storing sperm until it matures?

a. 3

b. 4

c. 1

-->  d. 2

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How many testes does the male reproductive system have?

a. none

b. 4

-->  c. 2

d. 1

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What part connects the testis to the ejaculatory duct?

a. prostate

b. ampulla

-->  c. vas deferens

d. ureter

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Where do yeast infections typically occur?

a. Anus

b. Bladder

c. Fallopian tube

-->  d. Vagina

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The bladder is positioned in front of which of the following?

a. Cervix

b. Sacrum

-->  c. Uterus

d. Fallopian tube

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What organ is between the fallopian tube and the vagina?

a. Bladder

b. Cervix

c. Sacrum

-->  d. Uterus

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How many bladders do we have?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 4

-->  d. 1

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How many vaginas does the female human reproductive system have?

a. 3

b. 4

-->  c. 1

d. 2

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How many fallopian tubes are there?

a. five

-->  b. two

c. three

d. four

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What connects the vagina to the fallopian tube?

a. sacrum

b. bladder

c. urethra

-->  d. cervix

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Which part carries sperm and urine out of the body?

a. Epididymis

b. Testis

c. Scrotum

-->  d. Urethra

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Which of the following is connected to the bladder?

a. Epididymis

b. Seminal vesicle

-->  c. Urethra

d. Testis

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How many parts there are on men's reproductive system?

-->  a. 11

b. 12

c. 10

d. 9

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What covers the testis?

a. bladder

b. penis

c. epididymis

-->  d. scrotum

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What is around the erectile tissue?

a. prostate gland

b. sperm duct

c. bladder

-->  d. foreskin

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Which part does most common disorders of the male reproductive system happen?

-->  a. testis

b. vas deferens

c. scrotum

d. urethra

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Which part protects the testis?

a. urethra

b. vas deferens

c. penis

-->  d. scrotum

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What connects the testis (testes) to the urethra?

a. penis

b. urethra

-->  c. vas deferens

d. scrotum

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Which part of the male reproductive system is found within the penis?

a. Scrotum

b. Testis

-->  c. Urethra

d. Vas derens

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What sits inside the scrotum?

a. scrotum

b. penis

c. urethra

-->  d. testes

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Where is the urethra contained?

a. buttocks

-->  b. penis

c. testis

d. scrotum

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What tube transports sperm from the epididymis to the urethra?

a. Bladder

b. Cowper's gland

-->  c. Vas deferens

d. Pubic bone

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What are the testis inside of?

-->  a. Scrotum

b. Glans pens

c. Urethal

d. Bladder

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What tube carries sperm from the epididymis to the urethra?

a. Bladder

-->  b. Vas deferens

c. Corpus cavernosum

d. Scrotum

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How many bladders do we have?

-->  a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

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What covers the testis?

a. pubic bone

-->  b. scrotum

c. glans penis

d. sigmoid colon

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What will happen if the reproductive system isn't healthy?

-->  a. If the reproductive system isnt healthy, a person may be unable to have children

b. person can have worse digestion

c. person can reproduce

d. person will have a hard time breathing

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How does the egg in the ovary reach the fallopian tube?

a. They go through the endocervical canal.

-->  b. They are transported by the fimbria.

c. They fall through the uterine cavity.

d. They pass through the uterus.

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What connects the ovary to the internal os?

a. fallopian tube

b. cervix

-->  c. uterine cavity

d. fimbria

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From the diagram, how many female reproductive organs are identified?

a. 5

b. 3

c. 6

-->  d. 4

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How many parts is the cervix composed of?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 1

d. 4

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What connects the ovary to the uterine cavity?

a. uterus

b. cervix

-->  c. fallopian tube

d. internal os

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What does the purple organ represent?

a. pubic bone

b. prostate gland

-->  c. testis

d. urinary bladder

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Where does the mature sperm reside until it is ready to leave the body?

a. Testis

b. Scrotum

-->  c. Epididymis

d. Vas deferens

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What connects the ureter from the kidney to the urethra?

a. Vas deferens

-->  b. Urinary bladder

c. Pubic bone

d. Prostate gland

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Which structure connects the testis to the seminal vesicle?

a. Urinary Bladder

b. Urethra

c. Pubic Bone

-->  d. Vas deferens

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What connects the ovary to the uterus?

a. rectum

b. urinary bladder

c. ureter

-->  d. oviduct

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What connects the urinary bladder to the outside body?

a. vagina

b. oviduct

-->  c. urethra

d. ureter

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How many parts of the female reproductive system are labeled?

a. 10

b. 12

-->  c. 13

d. 11

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How many types of labium does the female body have?

a. 1

b. 3

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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What is right under labium minora?

a. urethra

b. urinary bladder

-->  c. labium majora

d. clitoris

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What will happen if yeast grow in the vagina?

a. it will cause redness

b. it will cause bleeding

c. nothing

-->  d. it will cause irritation

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How many parts does the diagram below have?

a. 10

b. 15

-->  c. 18

d. 12

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What covers the testis?

a. ampulla

b. ductus deferens

c. urethra

-->  d. scrotum

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Which of the following is not a part of the male reproductive system?

a. the penis

b. the prostate gland

c. the testis

-->  d. ovaries

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Identify the bladder

a. H

-->  b. E

c. D

d. U

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Identify the ovary

a. T

b. F

c. S

-->  d. A

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Where is the prostate located?

-->  a. below bladder

b. in testicles

c. in the bladder

d. in the glans penis