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Reproductive SysRev

Reproductive System

Number of chromosomes in each mature egg and mature sperm 23
Organ that produces sperm Testes
External organ used to transport urine out of the body and deliver semen Penis
Gland that secretes a milky, alkaline substance that helps to increase sperm motility Prostate Gland
Serves two organ systems by either passing urine or semen through it to the outside. Urethra
Female gonads Ovaries
Most important male sex hormone Testosterone
Usual site for fertilization Fallopian Tubes or Uterine Tubes
Female structure that resembles the penis. It contains erectile tissue and sensory receptors. Clitoris
Phase of the uterine cycle in which bleeding occurs. Menstrual Phase
Phase of the uterine cycle where the endometrial lining is being repaired and growing. Proliferative Phase
Stage in which there is a decrease in ovarian secretion of estrogen and progesterone Menopause
Created by: monicamc