Male reproductive system - semen, Biology

SEMEN -

Sperms and secretion of accesory glands collectively known as seminal fluid or semen.

It is milky, semi-solid in nature having particular smell. pH : 7.35 - 7.5. Specific gravity 1.028

The secretion has many functions as -

(i) Provide fluid medium to sperms

(ii) Nourish and activate sperms.

(iii) Facilitate the sexual act by lubricating the reproduction tract of the female.

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