Reproduction is the biological process of producing its own offspring of the same kind. It is one of the essential processes that help in providing the continuation of the species, generation after generations.
There are two different types of reproduction:
Let’s have a look at the male reproductive system that represents different parts or organs of the male reproductive system.
Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system includes testes, scrotum, spermatic ducts, sex glands, and penis. All these organs work together to produce sperms, male gamete, and other components of semen.
The Penis has a root that is connected to the structures of both the pelvic bones and lower abdominal (the shaft’s visible part) glands that has a cone-shaped end. Urethra’s opening is the channel that carries semen and urine and lies at the tip of the penis. The base of the penis is known as Corona.
They are the oval bodies, around 1.5 to 3 inches in length. Generally, the left testis hangs slightly lower than the right one.
The two primary functions of tests are as follows:
The Seminal vesicles are present over the prostate, linked with the vas deferens to create the ejaculatory ducts that travel through the prostate. The seminal vesicles and prostate generate fluid which nourishes the sperm. This fluid provides a maximum volume of the semen, wherein the sperm is ejected during ejaculation.
It is a tube-like structure that connects the urinary bladder to the urinary meatus. In males, the urethra travels through the penis and is mainly involved in two main functions: