1. Seminal vesicles a. Membranous urethra 2. Scrotum b. Thermoregulatory 3. Tunica vaginalis c. Fibro muscular pouches 4. Cowper's gland d. Peritoneal covering - Biology

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Match the Columns

Match column -1 with column - II and select the correct option.

  Column - I   Column - II
1. Seminal vesicles a. Membranous urethra
2. Scrotum b. Thermoregulatory
3. Tunica vaginalis c. Fibro muscular pouches
4. Cowper's gland d. Peritoneal covering

Options

  • (i)- (c); (ii) - (b); (iii) - (d); (iv) - (a)

  • (i)- (a); (ii)- (b ; (iii) - (c); (iv) - (d)

  • (i)- (c); (ii) - (a); (iii) - (d); (iv)- (b)

  • (i)- (b); (ii) - (d); (iii) - (c); (iv) - (a)

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Solution

(i)- (c); (ii) - (b); (iii) - (d); (iv) - (a)

Explanation:

Seminal vesicles are glands that secrete seminal fluid, which contains the majority of the semen. The scrotum works as a thermoregulator, keeping the temperature below that of the body. The peritoneal layer around the testis is known as tunica vaginalis. Cowper's glands secrete through the membranous urethra.

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