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Male Anatomy Ch 4

  1. 1. Male Anatomy, Physiology, and Response-- Ch. 4<br /> <br /> <br />Human Sexuality, PSY217, <br />Text-Human Sexuality: Diversity in Contemporary America, 7th Edition, McGraw-Hill<br />Instructor: Christina Tinker<br />Colorado Mountain College <br />
  2. 2. Male Anatomy, Physiology, and Response<br /> <br /> <br />Male sex organs: What are they for?<br /> Male sexual physiology<br />Male sexual response<br />
  3. 3. Male sex organs: What are they for?<br /> <br /> <br />Reproduction<br /> Pleasure<br />Relationships<br />
  4. 4. External structures<br /> Penis<br /><ul><li>Root
  5. 5.  Shaft
  6. 6.  Corpora cavernosa
  7. 7.  Corpus spongiosum
  8. 8. Corona
  9. 9.  Foreskin
  10. 10.  Circumcision</li></ul> <br />Scrotum<br /><ul><li>Dartos muscle
  11. 11. Cremaster muscle</li></ul>Reflex<br />Temperature<br />
  12. 12.
  13. 13.
  14. 14. Internal structures<br /> <br />Testes <br /><ul><li>Seminiferous tubules
  15. 15. Leydig cells </li></ul> <br /> <br />Spermatic cord <br />Cryptorchidism<br />Epididymis<br />Vas deferens<br />Seminal vesicles<br />Prostate<br />Cowper’s gland<br />Urethra <br />
  16. 16.
  17. 17.
  18. 18. Additional structures<br />Breasts<br />Anus <br />
  19. 19. Male sexual physiology<br />Sex hormones<br />            Testosterone<br />            Replacement therapy <br />Cycle <br /><ul><li> 
  20. 20.  </li></ul> <br /> <br />Spermatogenesis <br />
  21. 21.
  22. 22.
  23. 23. Male sexual response models<br /> <br />Masters & Johnson<br />Kaplan<br />Loulan<br />
  24. 24.
  25. 25. Male sexual response models<br />Erection<br /><ul><li>Ejaculation
  26. 26. Emission
  27. 27. Expulsion
  28. 28. Retrograde </li></ul>Orgasm<br />
  29. 29. Final Thoughts/ Recap<br /> <br />Male sex organs: What are they for?<br />Male sexual physiology<br />Male sexual response<br /> <br />
  30. 30. Reference-<br />Human Sexuality: Diversity in Contemporary America, 7th Edition, McGraw-Hill<br />LINK/ QUIZZES <br />FOR STUDY GUIDE/ PRACTICE/ PRIVATE HOW AM I DOING FEEDBACK?<br />(SEE FOLLOWING PAGES)<br />http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073370886/student_view0/drag_and_drop_exercises.html#<br />
  31. 31. ch 4 mult choice quiz<br />Student: _______________________________________________________________________<br />1. Testosterone can be made in all of the following organs EXCEPT________. A. ovariesB. testesC. pituitary glandsD. adrenal glands<br /> <br />2. The homologous organ to the glans penis is the A. glans clitorisB. labia majora.C. hymen.D. vestibule.<br /> <br />3. In all men, the glans is protected by the A. corona.B. frenulum.C. crura.D. None of the above.<br /> <br />4. The thick, clear fluid that often appears on the tip of the penis before ejaculation is produced by the A. Cowper's glands.B. prostate gland.C. seminal vesicles.D. Leydig cells.<br /> <br />5. Since urine and semen both pass through the urethra, A. there is often urine mixed with semen during an ejaculation.B. men must make sure to urinate before having sex.C. the urinary duct is blocked when the penis is erect.D. men often have retrograde intromissions.<br /> <br />
  32. 32. 6. Which of the following is NOT a reason for erection of the penis? A. feelings of anxietyB. REM periodsC. arousalD. hypersensitivity erectile dysfunction<br /> <br />7. The homologous organ to the labia majora is the A. scrotum.B. glans penis.C. corpus cavernosum.D. penile shaft.<br /> <br />8. The penis becomes erect as the result of A. exposure of the penile bone.B. muscle tension.C. filling with blood.D. skin contraction.<br /> <br />9. All of the following are male reproductive hormones EXCEPT A. GnRH.B. testosterone.C. ICSH.D. prolactin.<br /> <br />10. In men, which hormone stimulates sperm production in the testes? A. testosteroneB. FSHC. oxytocinD. GnRH<br /> <br />11. Which muscle causes the testes to be drawn closer to the body? A. cremasterB. bulbocavernosusC. dartosD. Kegel<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  33. 33. 12. The phase after orgasm during which men are not capable of having an ejaculation is called A. retrograde ejaculation.B. the refractory period.C. the regenerative period.D. ejaculatory retardation.<br /> <br />13. The homologous organ to the prostate gland is the A. bulbourethral glands.B. Bartholin's glands.C. Skene's glands.D. Cowper's glands.<br /> <br />14. Which of the following is NOT true about testosterone? A. The brain converts testosterone to a female hormone.B. Testosterone levels fluctuate in response to many stimuli or demands.C. There is a correlation between testosterone levels and confidence.D. There are unusually high levels of testosterone among lesbian women.<br /> <br />15. Beneath the foreskin are glands which produce A. semen.B. sperm.C. prostate fluid.D. smegma.<br />
  34. 34. ch 4 mult choice quiz Key<br />1. Testosterone can be made in all of the following organs EXCEPT________. A. ovariesB. testesC. pituitary glandsD. adrenal glands<br />refer to page 113<br /> <br />2. The homologous organ to the glans penis is the A. glans clitorisB. labia majora.C. hymen.D. vestibule.<br />refer to page 117<br /> <br />3. In all men, the glans is protected by the A. corona.B. frenulum.C. crura.D. None of the above.<br />refer to page 106<br /> <br />4. The thick, clear fluid that often appears on the tip of the penis before ejaculation is produced by the A. Cowper's glands.B. prostate gland.C. seminal vesicles.D. Leydig cells.<br />refer to page 110<br /> <br />
  35. 35. 5. Since urine and semen both pass through the urethra, A. there is often urine mixed with semen during an ejaculation.B. men must make sure to urinate before having sex.C. the urinary duct is blocked when the penis is erect.D. men often have retrograde intromissions.<br />refer to page 108<br /> <br />6. Which of the following is NOT a reason for erection of the penis? A. feelings of anxietyB. REM periodsC. arousalD. hypersensitivity erectile dysfunction<br />refer to page 108<br />7. The homologous organ to the labia majora is the A. scrotum.B. glans penis.C. corpus cavernosum.D. penile shaft.<br />refer to page 117<br /> <br />8. The penis becomes erect as the result of A. exposure of the penile bone.B. muscle tension.C. filling with blood.D. skin contraction.<br />refer to page 106 <br />9. All of the following are male reproductive hormones EXCEPT A. GnRH.B. testosterone.C. ICSH.D. prolactin.<br />refer to page 113 <br />
  36. 36. 10. In men, which hormone stimulates sperm production in the testes? A. testosteroneB. FSHC. oxytocinD. GnRH<br />refer to page 113 <br />11. Which muscle causes the testes to be drawn closer to the body? A. cremasterB. bulbocavernosusC. dartosD. Kegel<br />refer to page 109 <br />12. The phase after orgasm during which men are not capable of having an ejaculation is called A. retrograde ejaculation.B. the refractory period.C. the regenerative period.D. ejaculatory retardation.<br />refer to page 121-122<br /> <br />13. The homologous organ to the prostate gland is the A. bulbourethral glands.B. Bartholin's glands.C. Skene's glands.D. Cowper's glands.<br />refer to page 117 <br />14. Which of the following is NOT true about testosterone? A. The brain converts testosterone to a female hormone.B. Testosterone levels fluctuate in response to many stimuli or demands.C. There is a correlation between testosterone levels and confidence.D. There are unusually high levels of testosterone among lesbian women.<br />refer to page 113-114<br /> <br />
  37. 37. 15. Beneath the foreskin are glands which produce A. semen.B. sperm.C. prostate fluid.D. smegma.<br />refer to page 106<br />Short answer quiz follows<br />
  38. 38. ch 4 short quiz<br />Student: ___________________________________________________________________________<br />1. Sperm are stored and mature in the __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />2. The _________ muscles cause the surface of the scrotum to wrinkle. ________________________________________<br /> <br />3. The __________ muscles cause the testes to be elevated toward the body. ________________________________________<br /> <br />4. Both __________ and __________ are transported through the urethra. ________________________________________<br /> <br />5. Erections in males are produced by vasocongestion of the spongy tissues known as the __________ __________ and the __________ __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />6. The cheesy substance which may accumulate under the foreskin is called __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />7. The __________ produce hormones and sperm. ________________________________________<br /> <br />8. Sperm are produced in the testes in long hollow strings known as the __________ __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />9. Rhythmic contractions of the urethra, prostate, and muscles at the base of the penis occur during the _________ stage. ________________________________________<br /> <br /> <br />
  39. 39. 10. The stage in which there are rhythmic contractions of the vas deferentia, ampullae, seminal vesicles, and ejaculatory ducts is the __________ stage. ________________________________________<br />11. The two processes that produce the changes in the bodies of males during sexual arousal are __________ and __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />12. The process of sperm production is called __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />13. The most important of the male androgens is __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />14. The swelling or enlargement of the male breast is known as __________. ________________________________________<br /> <br />15. The pleasurable feelings and release of tension that usually accompany ejaculation are called an _________. ________________________________________<br /> <br /> <br />
  40. 40. ch 4 short quiz Key <br />1. Sperm are stored and mature in the __________. epididymis<br />refer to page 110<br />  <br />2. The _________ muscles cause the surface of the scrotum to wrinkle. dartos<br />refer to page 109<br /> <br /> <br />3. The __________ muscles cause the testes to be elevated toward the body. cremaster<br />refer to page 109<br /> <br /> <br />4. Both __________ and __________ are transported through the urethra. urine; semen<br />refer to page 106<br /> <br />5. Erections in males are produced by vasocongestion of the spongy tissues known as the __________ __________ and the __________ __________. corpora cavernosa; corpus spongiosum<br />refer to page 106<br /> <br /> <br />6. The cheesy substance which may accumulate under the foreskin is called __________. smegma<br />refer to page 106<br /> <br />
  41. 41. 7. The __________ produce hormones and sperm. testes/testicles<br />refer to page 109<br /> <br />8. Sperm are produced in the testes in long hollow strings known as the __________ __________. seminiferous tubules<br />refer to page 109 <br />9. Rhythmic contractions of the urethra, prostate, and muscles at the base of the penis occur during the _________ stage. expulsion<br />refer to page 121<br /> <br />10. The stage in which there are rhythmic contractions of the vas deferentia, ampullae, seminal vesicles, and ejaculatory ducts is the __________ stage. emission<br />refer to page 121 <br />11. The two processes that produce the changes in the bodies of males during sexual arousal are __________ and __________. vasocongestion; myotonia<br />refer to page 120<br />12. The process of sperm production is called __________. spermatogenesis<br />refer to page 115<br /> <br />13. The most important of the male androgens is __________. testosterone<br />refer to page 113 <br />14. The swelling or enlargement of the male breast is known as __________. gynecomastia<br />refer to page 111<br />  <br />
  42. 42. 15. The pleasurable feelings and release of tension that usually accompany ejaculation are called an _________. orgasm<br />refer to page 121<br />Thank you for your participation.<br />Please see me or email me at crispy657967074@aol.com with questions/ problems or system issues.<br /> <br />

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