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Reproductive Organs

Science 7

cervix Ring of muscle at the bottom of the uterus in females.
cilia Small hairs on the surface of some cells.
circumcision Removal of the foreskin.
egg cell The female sex cell.
foreskin A covering of skin protecting the head of the penis.
function Something's job.
menopause When the ovaries in women stop releasing eggs.
ovary Female reproductive organ. Produces egg cells.
oviduct Carries egg cells from the ovaries to the uterus in women. Fertilisation happens here.
reproductive organs Organs used in sexual reproduction.
reproductive system All the reproductive organs.
scrotum Bag of skin containing the testes in the male.
semen A mixture of sperm cells and special fluids released by men during sexual intercourse.
sexual reproduction Producing new organisms by the joining of two sex cells.
sperm duct Tube that carries sperm from the testes to the urethra.
testes Male reproductive organs.
urethra A tube carrying semen or urine running down the centre of the penis in males. A tube carrying urine in females.
uterus Organ in females in which a baby develops.
vagina Tube in females. The penis is placed here during sexual intercourse.
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