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Ductus Deferens
...  the vas deferens, the sperm is transferred to the urethra. Where the other secretions form, the accessory sex glands of the male reproductive system are collected. These accessory glands include the bulbourethral glands and the prostate gland, and their secretions compose the bulk of the semen. It is the vas deferens that is cut during the medical procedure called deferentectomy. It is a kind  ...

Bulbourethral Glands
...  known as the Cowper’s glands, the bulbourethral glands are located underneath the prostate. It has a size, about that of a pea and measures for about a centimeter in diameter and drain through a two and a half centimeter tube to the urethra. This part of the male sexual organ is intended to release an enzyme to the urethra to neutralize the level of pH of the urine for the  ...


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