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The reproductive system of man is a complex of organs of the male and female organisms, which mainly ensure the reproduction of people (their reproduction, procreation, procreation). The male reproductive system includes the testicles, the vas deferens, the prostate gland, the seminal vesicles, the bulbourethral glands, the urethra, and the penis. In women, the reproductive system includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, and vulva.
A biological species, like other vertebrate animals, has a division into males and females to ensure sexual reproduction, giving offspring genetic diversity through various combinations of genes derived from parent organisms, and the reproductive organs are called genital. Male and female reproductive (sexual) organs in the process of reproduction complement each other’s functions. Like other mammals, in humans, fertilization (and subsequent gestation of the embryo) is internal, occurring within the internal reproductive organs of the woman, which explains the fact that the main part of the pelvic reproductive organs of the female is internal (see Female internal reproductive organs ). To implement such fertilization, the representatives of the male sex should have an organ that is capable of penetrating into the fertilization zone external to the cavities of their body.