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Anatomy-Section 2.14

The Reproductive System

The ____ is the muscular tissue that separates the vagina and the anus. perineum
The ____ ____ is the fatty layer of tissue over the pubic symphysis. mons pubis
The ____ are structures that protect the vagina and urethra, including the ____ majora and the ____ minora. labia
The ____ is a highly innervated and vascular erectile tissue anterior to the labia minora. clitoris
The ____ is a canal that connects the external female genitalia to the uterus. vagina
The ____ is a hollow organ in the center of the abdomen that provides the site for fetal development. uterus
The ____ is the inner layer of the uterine wall where the fertilized egg implants. endometrium
The ____ is the thick middle layer of the uterine wall made up of smooth muscle fibers. myometrium
The ____ is the serosal peritoneal membrane which forms the outermost layer of the uterine wall. perimetrium
The ____ ____ are thin tubes that extend laterally from the uterus and conduct eggs from he ovaries into the uterine cavity. fallopian tubes
____ are the primary female sex glands that secrete estrogen and progesterone and produce eggs for reproduction. Ovaries
____ is the onset of menses, usually occurring between ages 10 and 14. Menarche
____ is the release of an egg from the ovary. Ovulation
____ is the sloughing o the uterine lining (endometrium) if a fertilized egg is not implanted. Menstruation
____ is controlled by the cyclical release of hormones. Menstruation
Menstruation is also known as a ____. period
____ ____ (____) is a variety of signs and symptoms, such as weight gain, irritability, or specific food cravings associated with the changing hormonal levels that precede menstruation. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
____ is the cessation of menses and ovarian function resulting from decreased secretion of estrogen, Menopause
The ____ are the primary male reproductive organs that produce hormones responsible for sexual maturation and sperm. testes
The ____ is a small sac in which sperm cells are stored. epididymis
The ____ ____ is a duct that carries sperm cells to the urethra for ejaculation. vas deferens
The ____ ____ is a gland that surrounds the male urinary bladder neck and is a major source of the fluid that combines with sperm to form semen. prostate gland
The ____ is the male organ of copulation. penis
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