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Female external reproductive organ Vulva
Female copulatory organ Vagina
Prevents foreign material from entering the uterus Cervix
Site of pregnancy in single-bearing species Uterus
Site of pregnancy in multiple-bearing species Uterine Horn
The released egg travels down this tube to await fertilization Oviduct/Fallopian Tubes
Fertilization takes place here Ampullary-Isthmic Junction
This web-like structure catches & funnels the released egg Infundibulum
This structure produces the egg Ovary
This structure produces the following hormones: estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, relaxin Ovary
Producers use this organ to determine when a female is in heat Vulva
This organ helps to keep foreign material out of the reproductive tract Vulva
This organ contains striated muscle that allows it to expand during parturition Vagina
This organ has annular rings that lock together to prevent foreign material from entering the uterus Cervix
This structure is more pronounced in multiple-bearing species Uterine Horns
Created by: BanksAg