Thursday, November 15, 2012

Male reproductive system

Male reproductive system

Male reproductive components:

• glans - is the top of the penis. In men who are not circumcised it is covered by the foreskin. Is a very sensitive part of the penis as it is very well vascularized and has many nerve endings as the crown of the body that connects the glans penis.

• fren - is a thin piece of meat is on the underside of the penis and the glans joins his body.

• foreskin - is a piece of skin that covers the glans in uncircumcised men and which is removed through a surgery called circumcision.

• The urethra - the channel of the tip of the penis which allows passage of urine and sperm.

• Smegma - a substance resembling cheese secreted by glands that are located on both sides of the frenum uncircumcised men.

• Scrotum - is that a leather bag behind the penis and testicles in it which contains the male sexual glands. The most important role of the scrotum is to keep the testes temperature to about 34 ° C, the temperature at which sperm they produce most efficiently.

Male reproductive system

• Testes - two male sexual glands that are located inside the scrotum and are "responsible" to produce sperm and testosterone. Within each testis is a kilometer of ducts called seminal tubes, which generate sperm. Each testicle produces nearly 150 million sperm every 24 hours.

• Epidemic - is a 'bag collection' where sperm produced by the seminal tubes matures. They stay in epidemiological until ejaculation or nocturnal pollutions occur until.

• Channels deferens - are epidemiological channels leading from the seminal vesicles. They are cut during the procedure known as vasectomy.

Male reproductive system

• seminal vesicles - that produce seminal fluid, the liquid that activates and protects the sperm after they leave the penis during ejaculation.

• The prostate gland - producing the liquid entering the seminal fluid composition. It seals the channel separating the urethra and bladder, thus preventing urine mixed with semen which could disequilibrium pH value required by sperm.

• corpora cavernosa - two spongy organs (like sponge) composed of erectile tissue on both sides of the penis that fill with blood from arteries in the penis is inside this causing erection.

• Channels ejaculation - is the way in which sperm leaves the penis during ejaculation.

• Cowper glands - secrete a small amount of fluid before coming to ejaculation and / or orgasm. This fluid neutralizes the acidity in the urethra.

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