Male and Female reproductive systems

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1. What is the funtion of the Seminal vesicles

  • Produces sperm
  • Secretes a slightly alkaline fluid to neutralise acidity of any urine
  • Secretes an alkaline fluid containing mucus making sperm more motile
  • Transports sperm to Vas deferens
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2. Where are sperm produced

  • Vas deferens
  • Seminiferous tubules
  • Testis
  • Epididymis

3. Where are sperm stored

  • Seminiferous tubules
  • Epididymis
  • Vas deferens
  • Testis

4. What is the correct order of the menstrual cycle in an ovary

  • Primary oocyte, growing follice, mature follice, ruptured follicle, corpus luteum, degenerating corpus luteum, ovary, ovulation
  • Corpus luteum, primary oocyte, degenerating corpus luteum, growing follicle, ovary, mature follicle, ovulation, ruptured follicle, secondary oocyte
  • Primary oocyte, growing follice, mature follice, ruptured follicle, ovulation, secondary oocyte, corpus luteum, degenerating corpus luteum
  • Ovulation, secondary oocyte, primary oocyte, growing follice, mature follice, ruptured follicle, corpus luteum, degenerating corpus luteum

5. What is the function of the Vas deferens

  • Secretes sperm and makes the sperm more motile
  • Produces sperm
  • Transports sperm to seminal vesicle
  • Secretes an alkaline fluid

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