Functions of the Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system is responsible for the production, storage, and delivery of sperm, which is essential for fertilization during sexual reproduction.
This act accounts for the release of semen-containing sperms through the urethra.
It is the primary of the male reproductive system as sperms carry genetic information needed for fertilization.
The testes produce testosterone, a hormone, that is responsible for the development of male sexual characteristics, muscle mass, bone density, and much more.
The ultimate goal of the male reproductive system is to deliver the sperm to the female reproductive system where it can fertilize an egg to create new life.