The egg shaped glands in the scrotum that make sperm and male hormones
Small gland, outside the testes, where sperm matures before entering the vas.
The tube that transports sperm from the testes.
Removal of a small portion of the vas
The gland that makes the seminal fluid. When mixed with sperm from the testes makes semen.
Sperm is produced in the testes. From there, sperm travels into a small gland that is located just outside the testes called the epididymis. Approximately 700 million sperm are stored in the epididymis. The average transit time of sperm across the length of the epididymis is approximately 12 days.
The coiled tubule of the epididymis at the very end joins the ‘vas’ or ‘vas deferens’. Vas transports the sperm into the body where it enters the prostate gland. The prostate gland is responsible for making the seminal fluid along with contribution from the seminal vesicles. This fluid carries the sperm through urethra in the act of ejaculation