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AP MOD.II-Repro.

Reproductive Systems

gametes sex cells
sperm gamete from the male parent
ovum gamete from the female parent
gonad essential organ of reproduction
testes gonads of men
spermatogenesis sperm production
spermatogonia sperm precursor cells
spermatozoa male reproductive cell
testosterone male hormone "masculinizing hormone"
oligospermia low sperm production
cryptorchidism undescended testes
benign prostatic hypertrophy enlargement of the prostate
prostate cancer malignancy of prostate gland
phimosis tight foreskin
hydrocele accumulation of watery fluid in the scrotum
hypospadias urethra opens on underside of shaft
epispadias urethra opens on top of shaft
ovaries female gonads
oogenesis production of female gametes
menopause end of repetetive menstrual cycle
menses beginning of menstrual cycle
proliferative phase days between end of menses and ovulation
secretory phase days between ovulation and beginning of next menses
dysmenorrhea painful mestruation
amenorrhea absence of normal menstruation
myoma fibroids-benign tumors of the uterus
polycystic ovary syndrome enlarged ovaries with many fluid-filled cysts
endometriosis endometrial tissue outside the uterus
Created by: ddoyon