Testicular Anatomy: Structure, Terms & Diagrams

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What is the term used to describe the partitions made by the tunica albuginea inside the testes?

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1. What do the seminiferous tubules contain?

2. Why do the Leydig cells produce testosterone?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Internally, a testicle is much more complex than what meets the eye externally. Some topics that the quiz tests include the structural and functional components of the testes.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz also aims to assess what you know about:

  • The role of the leydig cells
  • The location of spermatogenesis
  • Testicular septation

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what is in the seminiferous tubules
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define anatomical structures of the testes
  • Knowledge application - access the knowledge you've gained regarding anatomy of spermatogenesis

Additional Learning

Use the lesson called Testicular Anatomy: Structure, Terms & Diagrams to get further information on this subject. Through this lesson you will also learn enough to:

  • Explain the septation of the testicles
  • Define seminiferous tubule
  • Understand the roles of the sertoli and leydig cells
  • Identify the rete testis
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