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Textbook Problem

Match each structure with its description.

__ testis a. conveys sperm out of body
__ epididymis b. secretes semen components
__ labia majora c. stores sperm
__ urethra d. produces testosterone
__ vagina e. produces estrogens and
__ ovary progesterone
__ oviduct f. usual site of fertilization
__ prostate gland g. lining of uterus
__ endometrium h. fat-padded skin folds
  i. birth canal

Summary Introduction

To match: Each structure with its description

Explanation

Testis – d. produces testosterone.

The testis is the primary male reproductive organ that produces the sperms. The testis projects out of the pelvic girdle and is present inside the scrotum. The testis has Leydig’s cells that produce testosterone, when induced by hormones from the pituitary.

Epididymis – c. stores sperms.

The testis produces the sperms in its seminiferous tubules. The sperms from the seminiferous tubules are collected and stored in the epididymis. From the epididymis, the sperms are sent to the vas deferens.

Labia majora – h. fat-padded skin folds.

The labia majora is a part of female reproductive system. It is the fat-filled outer skin folds of the vulva.

Urethra – a. conveys sperm out of the body.

The urethra is present in both males and females. In males, the sperm with the semen is ejaculated out through the urethra during intercourse.

Vagina – i. birth canal.

The vagina is a part of the female reproductive system. The baby is delivered from the uterus through the vagina. Hence, it is also known as birth canal.

Ovary – e. produces estrogens and progesterone...

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