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Reproductive Systems

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Male gonad. Testes.
Males gametes, produced by the testes. Sperm.
An out pocketing of the body wall where the testes are located. Scrotum.
Small, coiled tubes inside the testes where immature sperm are produced. Seminiferous tubules.
Storage area for sperm, where they mature. Epididymis.
A tube that leads upwards from each testes into the urethra. Vas deferens.
The tube that leads out the penis for elimination of urine and sperm ejaculation. Urethra.
The passage of sperm through the urethra for release out of the body. Ejaculation.
A combination of sperm and a glucose fluid, produced by glands. Semen.
Adapted for depositing sperm in the female reproductive track. Penis.
A hormone in men that is responsible for secondary sex characteristics. Testosterone.
Examples of male secondary sex characteristics. Facial hair, body hair, deep voice, formation of muscles, change in body form.
Female gonad. Ovaries.
Female gamete. Egg.
A structure in the human ovary in which the mature egg develops. Follicle.
The tube leading from the ovary to the uterus, where fertilization takes place. Fallopian tube/Oviduct.
Thick walled, muscular, pear shaped organ where the egg will develop if fertilized. Uterus.
The narrow neck of the uterus. Cervix.
External opening of the female reproductive system where the sperm are deposited. Vagina/Birth canal.
A hormone in women that is responsible for the secondary sex characteristics. Estrogen.
Examples of female secondary sex characteristics. Body hair, pattern of fat distribution, pelvic enlargement, development of breasts.
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