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Prostate
...  function is to keep and secrete a slightly alkaline fluid, white-milky in colour that is the part of semen. Generally, it constitutes 25-30% of the volume of the semen along with spermatozoa and seminal vesicle fluid. This prostatic fluid has longer survival and better protection of the genetic material (DNA). The prostate needs male hormones, which are responsible for male sex  ...

Seminal vesicles
...  the one that goes out with the sperm when it is propelled towards the outside of the body during ejaculation. In many mammals, including humans, the majority of the seminal fluid is produced on the seminal vesicle. The organ is composed of two vesicles, which are actually glands that are around two inches or about five centimeters long. They are located behind the human bladder. The amount of  ...

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  ...

Testes
...  this androgen which is also known as an anabolic steroid because it increases muscle growth during male maturation that is responsible for the onset of secondary sex organs such as the prostate and seminal vesicles. Androgens are responsible for stimulating other organs such as the larynx, which causes a deep voice range in men. It also stimulates the growth of bone which results in thicker  ...


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