Male Reproductive System

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Male
Reproductive
System
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Ground Rules
 Be Respectful
 Exhibit Maturity
 Demonstrate
Patience
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Introducing…
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Just a Reminder
The following information is
important in understanding
the male reproductive
system, please remember to
be respectful.
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Time for a Movie
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Male Reproductive Organs
The following images are a
cross section…if a male was
standing sideways looking
toward the left (similar to
the picture)
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External Reproductive
Organs
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External Reproductive Organs
External Organs (genitals) include the penis,
scrotum and testicles
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External Reproductive Organs
Testes
Testes – produce the male sex cells (sperm) & male
sex hormone (testosterone)
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External Reproductive Organs
Epididymis
Epididymis – a coiled tube where the sperm
cells mature
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External Reproductive Organs
Scrotum
Scrotum – a loose pouch of skin that houses the
testes, located below the penis
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External Reproductive Organs
Penis
Penis – male reproductive organ, also used to
urinate
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Internal Reproductive
Organs
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Internal Reproductive Organs
Vas Deferens
Vas Deferens – Tube which sperm travels
through from the Epididymis towards the penis
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Internal Reproductive Organs
Seminal Vesicles
Seminal Vesicles – glands that produce a fluid that
combines with sperm and additional fluid to form
semen
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Internal Reproductive Organs
Prostate Gland
Prostate Gland – the size of a walnut, produces
a fluid that helps the sperm move
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Internal Reproductive Organs
Urethra
Urethra – 2 functions: to carry urine and to carry
semen outside of the body
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Nocturnal Emission
An involuntary ejaculation that usually occurs at
night during sleep
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Meet T. Nayjur
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Body Image
The Message from MEDIA
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The End
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