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Draw a labelled diagram of male reproductive system.

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The human male reproductive system consists of a scrotum, testes, testicular lobules, seminiferous tubules, urethra, and penis. The scrotum is a pouch of deeply pigmented skin divided into two separate sacs. Each sac contains one testis. Testes are the primary sex organs of the man. Each testicular lobules consists of 2-3 seminiferous tubules, blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue. The male urethra is a common pathway for both semen and urine. The penis is the male copulatory organ and for conducting urine from the body.

Diagrammatic view of male reproductive system


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