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Fig 467 Accessory gland Ejaculatory duct Testis Vas deferens

Fig 467 Accessory gland Ejaculatory duct Testis Vas deferens

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Figure 1.— The male reproductive system. Illustration shows the testes, epididymis, vas (ductus) deferens, and glands of the male reproductive system in an ...

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This figure shows the different organs in the male reproductive system. The top panel shows

Figure 27.8a The Ductus Deferens and Accessory Glands ...

This figure shows the different organs in the male reproductive system. The top panel shows

FIGURE 30-5 Male genitourinary anatomy, including a cross-section of the scrotum and its layers.

Fig. 19-9 A, Sagittal section through male pelvis. B, Posterior view of male reproductive organs.

... ducts merge with vas deferens • Goes into prostate gland, empties into urethra; 23.

They are formed by the union of the vas deferens and the ducts of the seminal vesicles. The following figure shows the formation of the ejaculatory ducts.

Male Reproductive System

Figure 11-6 The male reproductive system. Illustration shows the testes, epididymis, ductus deferens, and glands of the male reproductive system.

Figure 16-1 Structures in the male reproductive system. The testes are the primary reproductive organs in the male. The ducts and glands are accessory ...

Sagittal section of the male reproductive organs, showing the prostate gland, seminal vesicles,

Figure 43-1 Anatomy of the male reproductive system.

FIGURE 12-1 Longitudinal section of the male pelvis showing the location of the male reproductive organs.

Male reproductive system

Periplaneta. Male reproductive organs in dorsal view

... vas deferens, ejaculatory ducts, urethra, penis, prostate and accessory glands. Male urogenital system

FIGURE 2-1 The male reproductive organs.

straight tubules - The short, relatively linear connecting ducts, lined by sustentacular cells, between the seminiferous tubules and the rete testis of the ...

FIG. 51-1 Male reproductive tract.

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The Testes

FIGURE 6-7 Male genitourinary and reproductive anatomy.

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A) The generalized structure of the male insect reproductive system. (B) A

The general location of the different parts of the reproductive tract of the bull is shown in the following diagram.

Bulbourethral Gland Inflammation. Penis. Glans penis-^. Prepuce. Ampulla of ductus deferens. Seminal vesicle Ejaculatory duct Prostate

Fig. 46-7 Accessory gland Ejaculatory duct Testis Vas deferens ...

Duct system Sagittal plane a Sagittal section Scrotum Peritoneum Anus Ampulla

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Fig. 1. Light micrographs of the male reproductive system of Sinopanorpa tincta. (

It helps to maintain a lower temperature than the body temperature needed for gametogenesis or spermatogenesis. Testis is divided into compartments known as ...

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NCERT Class XII Biology Chapter 3 : Human Reproduction

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Fig. 7. Schematic view of aquaporin distribution in the adult male excurrent duct. AQP1 is present in the apical and basolateral membranes of epithelial ...

The testes

Fig. 14-1 Anatomy of the testis and paratesticular adnexa, including embryonic remnants.

Duct system Sagittal plane a Sagittal section Scrotum Peritoneum Anus Ampulla

Schematic representation of the normal and pathologic features of the male genital tract (MGT)


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Testes
Epididymis, vas deferens and ejaculatory duct
Accessory glands

Fig. 3. TEM micrographs of the mesodermal accessory glands of Sinopanorpa tincta. (

EB1911 Reproductive System, in Anatomy - bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles and vasa deferentia

Fig. 167 Lateral view of the male reproductive tract.

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Testicle: A diagram of the major components of an adult human testis, including the following numbered items: 1. Tunica albuginea, 2. Septula testis, 3.

Fig 2 – The cremaster muscle. Note the looping structure.

Sperm from the paired testes of males pass through sperm tubes

Photograph of the reproductive tract of a rooster, with the parts labeled. Fig.

Fig. 6. Localization of AQP2 in the distal vas deferens. (A) Immunofluorescence AQP2 staining of a cross-section of the distal portion of rat vas deferens.

Fig. 2. TEM micrographs of the mesodermal accessory glands of Sinopanorpa tincta. (

Figure 21.1 Human testis, epididymis and vas deferens showing efferent ducts leading from the rete testis to the caput epididymis and the cauda epididymis, ...

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The vas deferens closest to the testicle and just before the epididymis is the convoluted portion of the vas. As you see above the vas then “straightens ...

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Prostate gland.

Figure 7 Magnetic resonance imaging showing enlarged seminal vesicles with calculosis (Reprint with permission from

Fig. 4.7 The epididymis. This comprises three portions. The caput (head) is bound firmly to the testis, where spermatozoal maturation takes place.

Figure 5. Mouse efferent ductule epithelium stained with PAS-Hematoxylin. The epithelium is

FIGURE 2.1 Photomicrographs of (a) nonbreeding and (b) breeding variegated fairy-

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Male Accessory Reproductive Glands

The content of β - and γ -tocopherols in extracts prepared from isolated female abdomens

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Fig. 4. TEM micrographs of the ectodermal accessory glands of Sinopanorpa tincta. (

Fig. 1. Localization of AQP1 in rat efferent ducts. (A) AQP1 (green) is located in the basolateral and apical membrane of most epithelial cells.

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Figure 1. Ventral view of the male reproductive system in B. terrestris. The

Fig. 3. Localization of AQP9 in mouse and rat epididymis. (A) Differential interference contrast image of initial segments of rat epididymis superimposed ...

Figure 8 A 33-year-old man with primary infertility. TRUS-guided

Fig. 3. Cross-section of the spermatic cord. (From EngenderHealth. No-Scalpel Vasectomy Curriculum, 2nd Edition. New York, EngenderHealth, 2007.)

In the instances in which a longer distance must be bridged to affect a tension-free anastomosis, the distal vas can be mobilized on its vascular pedicle ...

... into vas deferens. One pair of bilobed testes (Figs. 5-6), with around 20 distinct loculli around the Lens of Demokidoff. Accessory gland absent.

... tubules (Figure 7A).

Figure 1: Physiology and control of male fertility

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The testis should be inspected to assure adequate perfusion, but when carefully applied, these maneuvers should not jeopardize the blood supply.

... testis and regions of vasdeferens and ejaculatory duct. Click here to View figure

Figure 20-2 Schematic illustration of prostatic anatomy in the sagittal plane.

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Once the vasa are mobilized and vascular pedicles controlled, the operative microscope is brought over the operative field and focused.

Male Reproductive System. Figure 27.1. 2 prostate gland

Ductus deferens.

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It is also, called ductus deferens ( carrying away vessel by Latin meaning). It is part of the male anatomy of many vertebrates; they transport sperm from ...

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