Secondary sex characteristics
Primary sex characteristics
tubular organ in males that produces sperm
One of two male sex glands that make sperm
The male gonad, located normally in the scrotum. Produces the hormone testosterone as well as the male germ cells, or spermatozoa. Interchangeable with testicle. Plural: testes.
one of two male reproductive glands located inside the scrotum which are the primary source of the male hormone testosterone; plural testes.
The male sexual organ that is responsible for the production of reproductive cells (sperm) and testosterone, the principal male sex hormone. (Plural = testes)
oval-shaped organs that produce sperm and testosterone.
one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens; "she kicked him in the balls and got away"
One of two male reproductive glands, which produce sperm and the hormone testosterone. (Plural testes)
One of two male reproductive glands located inside the scrotum that are primary sources of the male hormone testosterone.
male reproductive organ where sperm are produced
one of the two organs in the male, found in the scrotum, which are responsible for the production of sperm and testosterone, the principal male sex hormone.
(TEHS-tihs) One of a pair of male gonads (sex glands) located within the scrotum that produces sperm cells and testosterone. Plural form is testes.
(plural, testes) ( Frog, Rat) The male reproducitve organ, or gonad, in which sperm and reproductive hormones are produced.
the male gonad, which contains cells that undergo spermatogenesis to produce sperm cells and other cells that secrete testosterone. Plural form is testes; also called testicle.
one of the male gonads located in the scrotal sac that are the site of sperm production.
Male sex organ that produces sperm and is enclosed in the scrotum (bag of skin) below and behind the penis.
(slang: balls or nuts) Testicles - The reproductive gland in males, the source of spermatozoa and the androgens, normally occurring paired in the external scrotum.
one of the two testes, the male sex organs that produce sperm and secrete sex hormones.
Testicle or male gonad.
The male reproductive organ that produces sperm.
The primary reproductive gland of the male. The sex steroid testosterone and sperm cells are produced in the testis. See illustrations, pages 42-43.
Male gonad which produces both sperm and male hormones.
Sperm-producing portion of the male reproductive system.
One of the pair of male gonads that produce semen; suspended in the scrotum by the spermatic cords.
Section of male reproductive system located above intestine and connected to gonospore via two vasa deferentia.
Also known as testicle. Either of the paired, egg-shaped glands contained in a pouch (scrotum) below the penis. They produce sperm and the male hormone testosterone.
Male reproductive organs that make sperm.
One of the two male reproductive glands located in the cavity of the scrotum. A testis produces sperm and male sex hormones.
A male reproductive organ in which spermatozoa are produced. ( 18)
The male gonad or reproductive organ.
One of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa (sperm) and male hormones (testosterone). The testes are located behind the penis in the scrotum.
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Another word for testicle; singular term for testes.