Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Male Reproductive Anatomy

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Academic Editor

Wei Wu

Nanjing Medical University

PublishedJanuary 19th, 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.94696

ISBN978-1-83968-525-5

Print ISBN978-1-83968-524-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-526-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages210

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Table of Contents

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1. The Concept of Male Reproductive Anatomy

By Oyovwi Mega Obukohwo, Nwangwa Eze Kingsley, Rotu Arientare Rume and Emojevwe Victor

202
2. Endocrine Functions of the Testes

By Emojevwe Victor, Igiehon Osarugue, Oyovwi Mega Obukohwo, Nwangwa Eze Kingsley and Naiho Alexander Obidike

120
3. Seminiferous Tubules and Spermatogenesis

By Amor Houda, Shelko Nyaz, Bakry Mohamed Sobhy, Almandouh Hussein Bosilah, Micu Romeo, Jankowski Peter Michael and Hammadeh Mohamad Eid

154
166
5. Reproductive Toxicology: An Update

By Makhadumsab Toragall, Shridhar C. Ghagane, Rajendra B. Nerli and Murigendra B. Hiremath

111
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9. Epigenetics in Male Infertility

By Hayfa H. Hassani, Rakad M. Kh AL-Jumaily and Fadhel M. Lafta

191
10. The Role of miR-107 in Prostate Cancer: A Review and Experimental Evidence

By Maria Elizbeth Alvarez-Sanchez, Oscar Rojas Espinosa, Julio César Torres-Romero, Ereth Ameyatzin Robles Chávez, Edgar Estrella-Parra, María Dolores Ponce Regalado, Raúl Aragón Franco, Jose Gadú Campos Saucedo, Cesar López-Camarillo, Minerva Camacho Nuez and Verónica Fernández Sánchez

137

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