From Big Medical Encyclopedia

GENERATIVE ORGANS [organa genitalia (PNA, JNA, BNA); synonym genitalias] — bodies of a syngenesis.

Items of the lake are a part urinogenital system (see), they provide development and removal of sex cells, fertilization, and in mammals also protection and food of a germ in a body of mother. By means of sex hormones (see) P. lakes make impact on all organism. Male and female P. of the lake are various on a structure, but between them there is a homology caused by a community of their embryonal rudiments. According to functional purpose in male and female P. islands distinguish three departments: gonads, sexual channels and copulative bodies. Items of the lake divide on internal and outside. Internal male P. of the lake are presented by a small egg and its appendage (see. Small egg ), seed cord (see) with deferent duct (see), seed bubbles (see), prostate (see). And bulbous and urethral glands (see). Islands treat outside male P. scrotum (see) and penis (see) with urethra (see). Lakes are internal female P. ovary (see), uterine tubes (see), uterus (see) and vagina (see). Outside female generative organs make women's sexual, or pudental, area (see. Vulva ).

V. S. Speransky.