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Living Environment Regents June 2007 Question 40 PDF Print E-mail
Reproduction and Development

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Correct Answer: Option 2 B and E

A pair of seminal vesicles (B) contributes about 60% of the total volume of the semen (thick and clear fluid, containing mucus, amino acids, and fructose, which provide energy for the sperm). The prostate gland (E) is the largest of the semen-secreting glands. The fluid produced here is milky, has enzymes and quite alkaline, and functions to activate sperm.

 
Living Environment Regents June 2007 Question 41 PDF Print E-mail
Reproduction and Development

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Correct Answer: Option 2 G

Urethra (G) is a tube that drains both the excretory system and the reproductive system.

Epididymis (A) and vas deferens (C) both serve reproductive functions, while the urinary bladder (D) is for excretion.

 
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