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Animal Reproduction

Female and Male Parts of the Reproduction System

Body of Uterus The body, or corpus, of the uterus is one of two major regions of the uterus, with the other major region being the cervix
Ovary The female gonad or reproductive gland, in which the ova and the hormones that regulate female secondary sex characteristics develop.
Infundibulum Any funnel-shaped part, esp the stalk connecting the pituitary gland to the base of the brain
Oviduct either of a pair of tubes that transport the ova from the ovary to the exterior, the distal ends of which form the uterus and vagina in higher mammals
Horns of Uterus The uterine horns are the points where the uterus and the fallopian tubes meet.
Cervix any necklike part, especially the constricted lower end of the uterus.
Bladder a membranous sac or organ serving as a receptacle for a fluid or air.
Vulva the external female genitalia.
Vagina the passage leading from the uterus to the vulva in certain female mammals.
Rectum the comparatively straight, terminal section of the intestine, ending in the anus.
Bulbourethral Gland Either of two small racemose glands in the male that are located below the prostate and discharge a component of the seminal fluid into the urethra.
Seminal Vesticles The vesiculæ seminales are two lobulated membranous pouches, placed between the fundus of the bladder and the rectum, serving as reservoirs for the semen, and secreting a fluid to be added to the secretion of the testes
Vas Deferens the duct that transports the sperm from the epididymis to the penis.
Prostate relating to the prostate gland.
Penis the male organ of copulation and, in mammals, of urinary excretion.
Scrotum the pouch of skin that contains the testes.
Seminiferous Tubules any of the coiled tubules of the testis in which spermatozoa are produced.
Tail of Epididymis the tail is the narrow inferior portion of the epididymis; it joins with the ductus deferens.
Head of Epididymis The head is the widest and most superior region, which receives sperm from the efferent ducts of the testis.
Symphysis of Pelvis Analysis of the pelvis shows the skinny regions function as arches, transferring the weight of the upright trunk from the sacrum to the hips.
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