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After leaving the vas deferens, sperm cells pass through the epididymis. ovum. testes. urethra.

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    it was urethra

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    are you sure?

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    It is the urethra Xpzrky, it would be nice if you also explain what you don't understand about the question in addition to just posting it and waiting for an answer. And ZhangYan, it would be nice if you also posted a solution (solution = answer + explanation).

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    yay i was correct!

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    yeeehawww

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    Blues yeah sorry about that

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    I was going for ovum haha

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    lol :)

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    Well ovum is an egg. Which males plainly don't have. That underlines why you should also post either an explanation of what you don't understand would like help with, or your tentative solution to the problem and why you think it's so. I would really appreciate it if you did so in the future. :D

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    ok blues i will post the (solution = answer + explanation thanks for telling

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