Male reproductive system - penis, Biology

PENIS -

  1. Intromittent organ. Erectile, its apex is penis glanse. Covered by prepuce (part of skin).
  2. Main function is insemination (To transfer sperms in vagina in deep).
  3. In T.S. 3 cords present, 2 on dorsal side corpus covernosus, 1 on ventral side corpus spongiosum.
  4. Between corpus cavernosus septum present. Through corpus spongiosum urethra passes.
  5. Wall of corpus spongiosum are spongy due to trabeculae, having power of collection of blood at the time of erection.
  6. Penial artery supply blood.

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