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Select the correct sequence for transport of sperm cells in male reproductive system.

 

  • Option 1)

    Testis \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Vasa efferentis \rightarrow Rete testis \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra

  • Option 2)

    Seminiferous tubules \rightarrow Rete testis \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Epididymis\rightarrow Vas deferens \rightarrow Ejaculatory duct \rightarrow Urethra \rightarrow Urethral meatus

  • Option 3)

    Seminiferous tubules \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra

  • Option 4)

    Testis \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Vasa deferens \rightarrow Ejaculatory duct \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra \rightarrow Urethral meatus

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Testis -

In adults, each testis is oval in shape, with a length of about 4 to 5 cm and a width of about 2 to 3 cm. The testis is covered by a dense covering.

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The pathway for the transport of sperms:

Seminiferous tubules

Rete testis

Vasa efferentia

Epididymis

Vas deferens

Ejaculatory duct

Urethra

Uretral meatus

                                                               


Option 1)

Testis \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Vasa efferentis \rightarrow Rete testis \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra

Option 2)

Seminiferous tubules \rightarrow Rete testis \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Epididymis\rightarrow Vas deferens \rightarrow Ejaculatory duct \rightarrow Urethra \rightarrow Urethral meatus

Option 3)

Seminiferous tubules \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra

Option 4)

Testis \rightarrow Epididymis \rightarrow Vasa efferentia \rightarrow Vasa deferens \rightarrow Ejaculatory duct \rightarrow Inguinal canal \rightarrow Urethra \rightarrow Urethral meatus

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