Epididymis 3D

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    • * Is a tightly coiled tube attached to the back of each testis.
    • * Serves as a storage and maturation site for sperm.
    • * Sperm produced in the testes travel through the epididymis, where they gain the ability to swim and fertilize an egg.

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  • Description
    • * Is a tightly coiled tube attached to the back of each testis.
    • * Serves as a storage and maturation site for sperm.
    • * Sperm produced in the testes travel through the epididymis, where they gain the ability to swim and fertilize an egg.

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