Male reproductive system - seminal vesicles, Biology


Seminal vesicles are elongated, convoluted, musculo glandular sac about 4 cm long ( 9 cm if straightened).

Lined by pseudostratified epethelium. Located near ampulla of vasa deferentia. Situated on dorsal side.

On its ventral side urinnary bladder present. It's secretion forms 60% of semen. It consists of H2O & ascorbic acid.

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