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Reproductive System

Male and Female Reproductive Anatomy and functions

Testes/Testicals Produce testosterone and sperm cells. (Males)
Epididymus Coiled tubes where sperm cells mature. (Males)
Vas Deferens Tube that connects the epididymus to the urethra. (Males)
Seminal Vesicle Gland that secretes seminal fluid which contains sperm cells. (Males)
Prostate Gland Gland that secretes a fluid that is part of the semen. (Males)
Urethra The passageway for urine in both males and females.
Penis The male organ of reproduction, provides a passage through which semen or urine passes through (never at the same time) to exit the body
Ovaries Two glands located on each side of the uterus, Produces estrogen and Progesterone and stores egg cells. (Females)
Fallopian Tubes Two threadlike tubes that connect the ovaries to the uterus; this is where fertilization occurs. (Females)
Uterus This is where a fertilized egg can grow and develop into a baby. (AKA the womb) (Females)
Cervix a tiny opening between the uterus and the vagina. (Females)
Vagina a muscular opening that connects the uterus to the outside of the body. (AKA the Birth Canal) (Females)
Created by: amy.jensen