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Ductus Deferens
...  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 around thirty centimeters in length. The Ductus deferens is part of the spermatic cords. When ejaculation  ...

Spermatozoa
...  male reproductive system is composed of the following: male gonads or testes, epididymis, vas deferens, prostate gland, ejaculatory duct, seminal vesicle, penis, corpus cavernosum, and the urethra. The penis and the testes are the major reproductive organs of man, while the rest are part of the reproductive process. The vas deferens acts as the passageway of the sperm from the testes to the  ...

Epididymis
...  epididymis is the organ with an elongated shape. It is attached to the near end of the testes, and is measuring for about 5.5 meters long, although its length could not be recognized due to its coiled feature. This part of the male reproductive organ keeps the sperm cells safe until its final stage of maturation- that is, the maturation of the tail. Its head is known for its expanded portion  ...


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