What crries both seman and urine in a male?
The urethra in the male serves as a passageway for semen and urine. In females the urethra transports only urine.
Urethra in the males serves as a common passage for both urine and sperms.
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The urethra serves as the passageway of urine in both males and females.
Yes, both sperm and urine leave the male body via the urethra.
Both semen (which contains sperm) and urine go through the male urethra. In females, only urine goes through the urethra.
What is major difference between the male and female reproductive concerning the passage of gametes and urine?
In males, both urine and semen (male gametes) exit the body through the urethra. In females, urine exits through the urethra but eggs (female gametes) have a separate passage.
The male urethra. Urethra. The urethra is the common passageway for urine and semen in males (only). The impulse to expel waste or reproduce. urethra The penis is the organ that discharges both urine and semen, at least in a male. Semen joins the male urethra in the part that runs through the prostate, the prostatic urethra. From here it shares its pathway with urine, through intermediate urethra then the spongey urethra. The ony part… Read More
Urination is the release of urine, or liquid waste, from the kidneys. If you are male, your urine comes out of the penis; if you are female, you have a separate urinary opening - both of these are called the urethra.
Yes, both male and female cat spray is strongly-scented urine as it contains valuable information about the cat, such as its age, health, gender and if it is a female she will spray vertical surfaces to let any male cat know she is on heat.
In both males and females, the ureter transports urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
In females only urine passes through the urethra, but in males semen and urine both pass through the urethra.
male urine is the worst
It passes through both ureters (from the kidneys to the bladder and the urethra (from the bladder to the outside of the body) in both sexes.
The ureter has no reproductive function. It carries urine from the kidney to the bladder in both women and men.
Yes...I know from personal experience. However Im not sure if your a woman trying to use male urine they notice.But if your male using female urine than yes they can tell.
Urine exits the male body through the urethra, which passes through the penis.
The Penis is the male organ through which urine and semen pass.
Same as the male, the urethra. However, in male, urethra is used for both urination and sexual function (semen). Female has separate orifices for urination and sexual function.
Errr, NO..................different hormones between male and female urine, and also adult and child urine!
No. The "urethra" is a part of the anatomy in both male and female. It is a tube which connects the bladder to the genitals for removal of urine from the body.
It smells like urine. Ordinary urine.
Yes, both male and female cats pee the same way: by squatting. A male cat does not lift a back leg like a dominant male dog does. For marking territories, both male and female cats "spray" urine by backing up against a vertical surface. A good indication of a spraying cat is a twitching or quivering tail.
Both male and female dogs can cause the grass to yellow. There are commercially available products which will alter the aciditiy of the urine and eliminate the problem. Alternatively one can water the area immediately. I use Dog Rocks, which reduce the amount of nitrate produced, which is what kills off the grass.
Unfortunately, yes. Both male and female dog urine kills grass. It is the acid in the urine that is the culprit. Since changing their diet does not help, about the only thing you can do is to immediately dilute the urine with water (a bit tedious) or have your dog urinate elsewhere.
Because of its sperm goes in with the urine
What part of the male reproductive system is a duct that conveys urine from the bladder to the exterior and also conveys semen?
Urethra, which is a tube-like passageway in the penis that has an opening called a meatus and transports both urine and semen, at different times of course.
Yes you can tell male urine by the iron content in the pee because women loose much more through urine then men
no, but some hormone pills like birth control pills affect the urine pH, and lab can find out if male use female urine
Urine drug test can you tell the difference between male and female urine and if so is it standard to check?
"yes you can tell if the urine is from a female or a male its a very simple process" The Urine Drug Test is usually an immunoassay for drugs, not a test to detect sex.
Well, any urine from anyone is going to smell, but male cats' urine is especially potent because, if they are not spayed, they use it to mark their territories. The unique smell of the individual cat's urine declares to intruders that they own the territory.
No. Male urine does not carry semen the fluid that contains sperm. There is not possibility of pregnancy from urine.
No. The male anatomy is structured so that urine and sperm do not mix.
working in a urinalysis lab for the last 10 years i know that there is no way to tell male urine from female urine unless she is on hormone treatments or she is pregnant. thank you. good luck - - - - - Uhh...no. There's a very simple way to tell the difference: shake the bottle. Male urine foams up when you do. Female urine does not. Some labs do it, some don't. There are… Read More
Because in the male frog, sperm passes from testis --> kidney tubules --> cloaca (via the ureters) --> exterior. So they are called urogenital ducts since they carry both sperm and urine.
Male cat urine smells stronger than females as a fact, but it helps if they are fixed because it smells the strongest when their hormones are working.
In a male, urine and seminal fluid; in a female, only urine.
It smells less, but it still smells like urine.
Urine exits through the male's penis.
For a male OR female, drinking about 2 liters of fluid a day, the normal urine output should be 800 to 2,000 milliliters a day. Urine output below 500 milliliters a day is considered a low urine output and is a sign of disease.
No. Both males and females have a bladder. It is located in your lower abdomen at the very bottom in front. It collects your bodies waste fluids in the form of urine.
How does the relationship of the excretory and reproductive organs in the female differ from that of the male frog?
Male frogs have testes where sperm is made. Both urine and sperm exit the male frog via the cloaca. The female frog has ovaries where the eggs are made. They travel down the oviducts to the cloaca to be fertilized outside the body.
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Yes, because as a child, you don't take in as many toxins as an adult does, therefore, a child's urine will be slightly different to an adult's.
Urine plays NO part in dog mating.
Urine is produced the same way in both males and females. It is a filtrate of the blood. The kidneys filter waste out of the blood, this waste is then sent to the bladder, and this waste is urine. From the bladder it moves through the urethra and is then voided. A man's urethra is considerably longer than a woman's, and a man's urethra terminates at the head of the penis.
Donkey semen is the excretions from a male donkey that provides the necessary genetic information to combine with the female donkey's egg to produce offspring. The male donkey semen helps determine things like the color of the coat, breed, and other physical features of the offspring.
Semen is produced by several different glands and organs. Sperm is manufactured in the testes, and other substances come from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and the bulbourethral (Cowper's) gland.
The products of the male reproductive system (semen) and the urinary systems (urine) come out same place. Both products are deposited through the urethra. The end of the urethra can be seen as an opening at the tip of the penis.
No it doesn't