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Ductus Deferens
...  ductus deferens is also termed as the vas deferens and it forms part of the male reproductive system of humans as well as some kinds of species. There are a couple of ducts that can be found in it which are all muscular tubes that are surrounded by smooth muscles. It connects to the right and left epididymis and moves sperm by way of the ejaculatory ducts. In humans, each of the tubes is  ...

Scrotum
...  the base for a small amount of the bands of skeletal muscle found within the scrotum. This helps to create the spermatic cord, a fascia tube which encompasses the testicular nerves, vessels and ductus deferens. Different temperatures may affect the scrotum as a whole and may cause them to contract closer to the body to feel more body heat. The exact opposite works as well; whenever the  ...

Ejaculatory Duct
...  ejaculatory duct has a size of about 2 centimeters and is created by the conjoining of the ductus deferens and the ampulla. When viewed on the posterior side, the prostate provides an entry for the said duct, thus allowing passage to the gland. There are about two ejaculatory ducts going on the same passage thus it is usually known to be only a single duct. The two ducts receive the  ...

Epididymis
...  Its head is known for its expanded portion that is clearly visible, and its body slowly fades out as it advances to the mid-section. The tail of the epididymis continues from the beginning of the ductus deferens. These sections are responsible for the storage of the maturing sperm cells until they are ready for ejaculation. Normally, it takes 8 weeks for the male body to make mature sperm  ...


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